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pserver

Synopsis: pserver

This is the password-authenticating server. This command is not normally run directly by users but is started up from /etc/inetd.conf on the server side when a user connects from a client with the :pserver: access method. (See also the login and logout commands, and the file .cvspass in the Run Control Files section in this chapter. See Repository Administration for details on setting up a password-authenticating CVS server.)

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