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Re: CVS Help ?

From: Matthew Riechers
Subject: Re: CVS Help ?
Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 10:23:50 -0400

Stephen Moore wrote:
> I was wondering if any of U may be able to assist me ?
> I am currently trying to set-up a CVS Client-Server system.  The server is
> on a Linuc PC, and the Client has been installed on an NT PC.  I have
> installed WinCVS as the WindowsNT Client, but when I connect, I get the
> following error message :-
> "cvsnt.exe [login aborted]: connect to LinuxTest:2401 failed: Connection
> refused"
> I have read the various manuals that R available, but they seem to be of no
> use.
> I have read that I may have to change a file called "inetd.conf" with
> various stuff, but on my CVS server, I do not have this file, but a file
> called "identd.conf" in the same directory.  Is this the correct file (but
> with a different name), or have I got to install something in order for this
> file to be created ?

What linux distro are you using? It most likely has an inetd variant

identd is a service that is started by inetd. They both have conf files.
You may be running an xinetd system, which would have an xinetd.conf
file somewhere in the /etc directory. Run 'find /etc -name '*inetd.conf'
and consult man pages for help with them.


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