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Re: testing cvs using local host?

From: Ray Tayek
Subject: Re: testing cvs using local host?
Date: Wed, 11 Sep 2002 01:13:21 -0700

At 10:19 AM 9/10/02 -0400, you wrote:
Ray Tayek writes:
> cvspserver      stream  tcp     nowait  root    /usr/bin/cvs    cvs -f
> --allow-root=~ray/cvsroot
> in /etc/inetd.conf and

Does your machine use inetd?

yes (it's slackware)

 I thought most Linux systems used xinetd.

that's red hat (i think)

You need to change the ~ray/cvsroot to /home/ray/cvsroot before it will
work, but that wouldn't cause the connection to be refused.  Make sure
you restarted inetd and check your syslog for error messages.

yes, that was part of the problem.

> i was wondering what the incantation would be to do something on the linux
> box, treating it as both the client and the server.

Just set your CVSROOT to use pserver mode:


interesting. i tried "ext" and make some progress.

i will check "pserver" out also.


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