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Thu, 8 Nov 2001 10:33:25 +0100 (MET)
Well, it's xinetd.conf (and it seems to work). With the second 'cvs' the
connection was lost. After checking with telnet I saw messages that made me
believe cvs didn't understand that 'cvs' argument.
I'm curious about the real solution...
(Roger Glover: please let us know what it is)
> > the solution:
> > instead of "..../usr/local/bin/cvs cvs -f...."
> > use "..../usr/local/bin/cvs -f...." (without the second 'cvs')
> Not unless you've got a very strange version of inetd -- you need both
> the path to the server and argv (the name of the program).
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