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If you are having trouble setting this up, see Trouble making a connection to a CVS server.Because the client stores and transmits passwords in cleartext (almost--see Security considerations with password authentication, for details), a separate , no matter what password they use, including an empty password.The Concurrent Versions System, in its "pserver" client/server mode, and secured by "ssh" encrypted tunnels, can allow multiple authors to safely collaborate over the internet.CVS is a source file version control system optimised for wide area networks, concurrent editing, and reuse of 3rd party source libraries.Other native windows ports of the tools are available but may lack needed features such as SSH2 DSA support.

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Question: Can I safely lock down the 'cvs pserver' by replacing "user=root" with "user=cvs" ? Note: User "cvs" owns all files in the 'cvs root' directory "/var/cvs/cvs" I ask because I've searched around through all the decade-old documentation and all examples have 'user=root' and none suggest changing the "user=" parameter to increase security. My suggestion would be to back up your repository and just go ahead and make the change.

The way this works is that xinetd (often running as root) will drop privileges and then execute the /usr/bin/cvs with stdin and stdout directed toward the socket which xinetd manages. CVS is simple enough and shouldn't require any permissions beyond being able to manipulate the files under its root.