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Re: newbie question CVS on Solaris

From: Jesse Driver
Subject: Re: newbie question CVS on Solaris
Date: Thu, 3 May 2007 14:13:09 -0700 (PDT)

Thanks for the clarification on the cvs executable.

However, I've already killed and restarted the inetd
several times. That's why I followed the advice from
another post and just put echo hello as the executable
that was called.

>From the local system when I do a 
"telnet hostname 2401" I get the following response:
telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection

There should not be any firewall issue.

Any further advice would be appreciated.
--- Larry Jones <lawrence.jones@ugs.com> wrote:

> Jesse Driver writes:
> > 
> > The first surprising
> > thing I noticed is the file has a .gz extension,
> but
> > cannot be gunzipped or unzipped:
> That frequently happens when you download with a
> browser -- the browser
> automagically unzips the file but doesn't remove the
> .gz from the name.
> > My assumption at this point is that CVS is
> actually
> > just one executable that you put in the
> /usr/local/bin
> > directory, so I installed it that way.
> Correct.
> > But now I am tryin gto get remote access to work.
> I've
> > made the additions to the inetd.conf and
> /etc/services
> > files, but I get a connection refused.
> You need to tell inetd to reread its configuration
> file, usually by
> sending it a SIGHUP.  See your inetd man page for
> details.
> > My quesion is that over in the /etc/services file
> I
> > have the following lines:
> > cvspserver      2401/tcp
> > cvspserver      2401/udp
> > 
> > Doesn;t there need to be an executable named
> > cvspserver somewhere?
> No, those are service names, not executable names. 
> You inetd config
> file entry is what ties the cvspserver service to
> the /usr/local/bin/cvs
> executable.  And note that CVS doesn't use UDP, so
> you should get rid of
> the second line (although it doesn't hurt anything
> to have it, nothing
> will ever use it).
> -Larry Jones
> But Mom, frogs are our FRIENDS! -- Calvin
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