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Re: Regarding Wincvs

From: Matthew Riechers
Subject: Re: Regarding Wincvs
Date: Thu, 05 Jul 2001 08:10:02 -0400

> Utpal Kasture wrote:
> Hi ,
>   I am encountering a problem , when i am accessing working directory
> of cvs server ( which is present on red hat linux 6.1) through
> wincvs 1.3 ( client ) (which is present on windows 2000 server).
> The message displyed on output window is
>         cvs.exe [init aborted]: connect to failed:
> Connection refused

The server is not configured properly. Check [x]inetd.conf and
http://www.cvshome.org/docs/manual/cvs_2.html#SEC30 for details.

Try getting cvs to work on the linux box locally before trying
client/server. That usually helps too.

> Also i downloaded the tcl and tk for wincvs to run, but when i start
> wincvs then on output window message like
>         TCL is *not* available, shell is disabled
> though i installed the tcl and tk over there.I also entered in the
> classpath the location of tcl & tk & wincvs folder.
> Is there are any other setting i have to do ?

Try the cvsgui mailing list for help on WinCVS:

And send future *usage* problems to info-cvs@gnu.org. This list is for
bug reports and development discussions.


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