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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

Go through your RSH documentation with a fine tooth comb.  I remember that if 
but the owner of the .rhosts file has write permission RSH logins will fail, for
instance.  Verify that RSH is working using something like 'rsh localhost' from 
machine in question and later 'rsh <servername>' from the client machine you 
wish to


Derek Price                      CVS Solutions Architect ( )
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