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I am using wincvs 1.1b17 and a cvs 1.10 with pserver
on Solaris. I can login OK from winCVS but when I try
to import a module, I get

cvs [import aborted]: reading from server: Connection
reset by peer

What does this mean? How this problem can be resolved?
Any help is appreciated.


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