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Re: Can't Connect from Windows...

From: J. Andrew MacDonald
Subject: Re: Can't Connect from Windows...
Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2001 18:17:06 GMT

Actually the error was "connection refused"


Larry Jones wrote:
> J. Andrew MacDonald writes:
> >
> > I setup a repository on a NetBSD machine... I added users to the
> > $CVSROOT/CVSROOT/passwd file... I also added an entry to /etc/inetd.conf
> > to allow cvs (pserver) to listen on port 2401.  Local to the repository
> > I can do a "cvs login" and checkout modules... but where my problem lies
> > is when I try to login from a Win98SE machine.  It says that the
> > connection was refused... Normally I would just think that the server
> > isnt running, but I can telnet to it... and my connection is accepted.
> It would help to have the exact error message rather than a paraphrase.
> It may well be that you're specifying an invalid username, password, or
> repository.
> -Larry Jones
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