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CVS 1.12.12 config

CVS 1.12.12 config

CVS 1.12.12 config

I managed to successfully compile and install 1.12.12 on CentOS 4.1.

I ran "cvs init" and gave permissions to /usr/local/cvsroot to the cvs group that I created.

I can't access it from Eclipse on my Windows station.

I get the "Cannot connect to host" error message.

I think that it is because port is 2401 is closed. Nmap report it as closed but I allow inbound traffic thru port 2401 in Firestarter (Iptables is disabled). CVS is the only app that I can't access.

Even with no firewall running I can't access it.

What should I do next?



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