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RE: RH 7.0, cvs pserver not working

From: Joshua Davis
Subject: RE: RH 7.0, cvs pserver not working
Date: Sat, 24 Mar 2001 23:15:26 -0500

> -----Original Message-----
> From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden Behalf Of
> Larry Jones
> Ginger Ellsworth writes:
> >
> > $ cvs -d :pserver:address@hidden:/cvs login
> > (Logging in to address@hidden)
> > CVS password:
> > cvs [login aborted]: connect to failed: Connection
> > refused
> "Connection refused" means that the server machine isn't listening for
> connections on the cvspserver port, which implies that there's something
> wrong with your xinetd configuration; check your syslog for error
> messages and follow the debugging steps in the manual:
> >     env             = HOME=/cvs
> Do not set HOME!  Make sure it is *not* set and CVS will figure it out
> correctly for each user.

I tried *not* setting HOME, but it didn't work on RH 7.0.  The HOME setting
seems to fix this problem (with RH 7.0 xinetd).  Unless this behavior of RH
7.0 has been fixed.  If that's the case, then 'nevermind'.  :)

Here's the /etc/xinet.d/cvspserver set up that I'm using now:$17

BTW, sometimes the CVS processes on the Linux box seem to get 'zombified'.
Any ideas?  I noticed this happens more often when the local SMTP server

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