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Re: cvs pserver not listening on port 2401

From: JGentilin
Subject: Re: cvs pserver not listening on port 2401
Date: Thu, 8 Jul 2004 10:20:31 -0400

Did you try nmap?  This should show the cvspserver on port 2401.  Do you
have any local firewall rules that might block the port?  I had a similar
problem when I setup my RedHat 9 machine as a server install.

"Karl Lehnberger" <address@hidden> wrote in message
> Following the recommendations on
> I set up a cvs environment on a RedHat9 Linux box (cvs-1.11.2-10).
> But starting the cvs server either with
>   cvs -f --allow-root=/space/cvs pserver&
> or over
>   xinetd
> and then trying to connect from a client via
>   telnet cvshost 2401
> or
>   cvs :pserver:address@hidden:/space/cvs login
> gives the error "connection refused" which means
> that the cvs process isn't even listening on port 2401.
> (verified with netstat)
> In /var/log/messages I found
> Jun  29 14:07:11 lll cvs: error setting KEEPALIVE: Socket operation on
> non-socke
> t
> but the cvs server is running.
> What can be the reason that "cvs pserver" isn't listening on port 2401?
> There is no blocking firewall or router involved.
> Thank's for help
> -Karl

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