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Re: CVS on ubuntu linux

From: Peter Connolly
Subject: Re: CVS on ubuntu linux
Date: Thu, 9 Aug 2007 10:24:15 -0700

Are you running :pserver: mode or :local: mode?  I.e., have you set up
a cvspserver entry for your xinetd config yet?  If not, you're only
going to be able to work in :local: mode.

On 8/9/07, MATI <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Colleagues,
> At the beginning I have to say that I have tried to look for the answers for
> my question in google - but nothing.
> >From the beginning:
> I use Ubuntu linux 7.04.
> I have downloaded and installed cvs by command:
> sudo apt-get install cvs.
> After that I wrote a statement:
> cvs -d /home/mati/Desktop/cvsrepo init    meaning the repository was
> created.
> After that I have set variable CVSROOT:
> CVSROOT=:pserver:address@hidden:/home/mati/Desktop/cvsrepo
> All folders belonging to cvsrepo have 777 rights.
> And now when I am trying to login:
> cvs login
> After this attempt I have an error:
> cvs [login aborted]: connect to serwerek( failed: Connection
> refused.
> What am I donig wrong? Or I didn't do something at all?
> How to configure and run this CVS?
> When it is done I will be connecting from WIn XP onto this ubuntu server.
> Thanks for help,
> this is very crucial for me already.
> regards,
> Mati

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