# Re: Other CVS on VMS problems

From: Kaleb Pederson (kpederson_at_mail.ewu.edu)
Date: 02/10/04

```Date: Tue, 10 Feb 2004 08:42:18 -0800

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Bob, thanks for the info. I'm new to OpenVMS as you may have noticed. Back
to the CVS/SSH question though, I did specify the SSH command, without the
logical being set, when I did the following (included in my CVS last cvs
related e-mail):

\$ deassign cvs_rsh
\$! here I specify the executeable
\$ cvs_rsh=="ssh_exe:ssh2.exe"
\$ cvs -d:ext:otherhost:/home/cvs co test
cvs [checkout aborted]: cannot exec: no such file or directory
\$! override the last symbol, now specify the command (that works by itself)
\$ cvs_rsh=="ssh"
\$ cvs -d:ext:otherhost:/home/cvs co test
cvs [checkout aborted]: cannot exec: no such file or directory

I presumed, because of the above response, that I needed to have the logical
defined. Any ideas on why this doesn't work? What makes our environments
differ since we're running the same version of SSH? I'm running version
1.9.27 of CVS, and what I presume is the most recent version of Multinet SSH.

--Kaleb

On Tuesday 10 February 2004 05:55 am, Bob Koehler wrote:
> In article <200402091138.13879.kpederson@ewu.edu>, Kaleb Pederson
<kpederson@mail.ewu.edu> writes:
> > On Monday 09 February 2004 11:16 am, Dan O'Reilly wrote:
> >> The "SSH" command is defined as a command in DCLTABLES.
> >
> > [snip]
> >
> > How can I tell what commands are loaded into the DCLTABLES? In searching
> > through help, it looks like they get installed with the install command?
> > It looks like the /privileged=[group,name] allows you to specify
> > something equivalent to SUID/SGID in *nix?
>
> See earlier post on how to dump DCLTABLES. INSTALL is involved in
> setting up the current copy of DCLTABLES, but commands are entered
> via the "set command" command. I've never seen a
> /privileged=[group,name] qualifier on any command. Generally
> commands the support the /privilege qualifier take a specific list of
> privileges, most of which have nothing to do with the file system.
>
> The equivalent to SUID/SGID in UNIX is done through a much different
> technique, and rarely used in native VMS utilities.

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