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Setting up secure cvs server
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Setting up secure cvs server
- From: Joshua Rubin <joshua_(_at_)_cybertron_(_dot_)_cc>
- Date: Sat, 27 Nov 2004 22:34:06 -0700
I am looking for some articles to aid in setting up a secure cvs and cvsup
server. I know that chrooting and using ssh are the way to go, but I have
found minimal information about how to do that. I would love to set up remote
password protected developer access without the obvious risks of pserver,
unchrooted and sending passwords in plain text. Way too many security issues
with doing that...
This is one of the better guides I have found:
I have also started wading through the cvs-guide in the ports tree...
Can anyone point me in the direction of something a bit more openbsd (3.x)
specific? A few guides exist for openbsd 2.x, but it seems too much has
changed for them to be of much use.
Thanks in advance,
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