SUMMARY: CVS under Solaris 2.6 might not be a sun question ...

From: German, Vinnie <>
Date: Tue Aug 13 2002 - 16:47:42 EDT
Thanks to:

Andrew J Caines []

Here  is his answer:

I had to do some reading but -that's the way to learn it !!!
root of the problem was I did not have the passwd file created
under /usr/local/cvs/CVSROOT and because some documentation
I was reading did not mention anything about this "passwd" file
I did not know anything about it until I started reading below.
Thanks again. Vinnie.

See "Setting up the server for password authentication"[1] in the


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