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Oliver Koltermann wrote: > Hello list, > > I basically understand the idea behind the RCS wrappers to use CVSNT's > built-in extended/fixed RCS-functions. But after compiling and > installing CVSNT 2.5.03.2260 on a linux machine I was astonished to > see, that the wrapped rlog command tries to connect to a CVSNT lock > server - even when just typing: > > $ rlog -version > cvs rcsfile: connect to 127.0.0.1(127.0.0.1):2402 failed: Verbindungsaufbau abgelehnt > cvs [rcsfile aborted]: Couldn't connect to lock server > > As rlog & co. operate on local files I see no reason for connecting > the lockserver. And BTW I don't have one on this machine, because it's > just a webserver. The repository files are mounted (read-only) over > the network, which should be fine for ViewVC/rlog use. You need to create a read lock on the file as you're reading it. All cvs operations require a lockserver. You need to connect to the lockserver on the machine that the files are on, that contains the cvs server. Trying to create a local one will lead to errors. Tony