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I have set up CVS repository on the Linux server
machine. On the client machine I use WinCVS to access
to the server using '.rhosts' file where it is located
on the server machine. Anytime I tried to check out a
file, I keep getting this message 'Connection
refused'. I received similar message when trying to
FTP to this server.  I have no problem telnetting to
the server.
Thanks in advance for your help

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