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Re: how to get cvs pserver working with xinetd?

From: manuel 'fmf' ferrero
Subject: Re: how to get cvs pserver working with xinetd?
Date: Fri, 27 May 2005 09:59:10 +0200
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王宗涛, on 27/05/2005 4.44 wrote:

> but when I issue command  # netstat -lnp | grep cvs
> the system echo nothing  ,so i think  the service cvspserver does not working

AFAIK services in (x)inetd aren't in listening until someone didn't try
to connect to them.
But i'm not so sure about it.

I have cvs pserver in inetd:

Consulente1:/etc/apt# grep cvs /etc/inetd.conf
# cvs pserver
cvspserver      stream  tcp     nowait  root    /usr/bin/cvs cvs
--allow-root=/usr/local/cvs    pserver

And it isn't listed in netstat:

Consulente1:/etc/apt# netstat -lnp|grep cvs

But it works for me when i try to connect to it:

Consulente1:/etc/apt# grep pserver /var/log/syslog.0
May 26 08:44:55 Consulente1 tcpspy[295]: connect: user root, local, remote

Ah, i have a firewall on the server and i had to open pserver port:

Consulente1:/etc/apt# grep cvs /etc/shorewall/rules
# cvs
ACCEPT  loc     $FW     tcp     cvspserver

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