[Cvsnt] Error reading from server localhost: -1
stephen.Townsend at impactblue.com
Sat Mar 23 20:15:47 GMT 2002
Thanks but it is RESOLVED!!!!
Tony said awhile ago it was likely a virus program or firewall. I had both.
I shut down every program/service I had and still no go.
The other day I ended up rebuilding a system and took notice to test cvsnt
as I went along. It was sygate personal firewall. Even though the program
was not running, it took an uninstall to get things going.
Thanks for the help. I would never have guessed that a non-running program
would cause such actions.
WORKS GREAT NOW THOUGH!!!
"Bo Berglund" <bo.berglund at telia.com> wrote in message
news:3c91a056.286663906 at news.cvsnt.org...
> On Fri, 15 Mar 2002 02:08:49 +0000 (UTC), "Stephen Townsend"
> <stephen.Townsend at impactblue.com> wrote:
> >Thanks for the thought, but CVSROOT is set correctly.
> >The line I used to invoke cvs is:
> >cvs -d :pserver:stephen at localhost:e:srv/cvs login
> >Standard I hope.
> >Could someone please confirm that Win2000 with all service paks and
> >fixes works with CVSNT pserver.
> I have several cvsnt servers running on both W2000 and XP-PRO all with
> ntserver AND pserver active and all is working quite well. No probs at
> Can you post (or email me directly) the contents of your
> CVSROOT/config and CVSROOT/passwd files and also the values you have
> in the registry for CVSNT/Pserver?
> (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)
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