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Hello Richard, I have understood: the problem was the LockServer!! I left the config of lockserver the default setting. I restart the services. I check the configuration file, but the port isn't open. Using TortoiseCVs Ver 1.8.29 from Windows the error is: cvs [checkout aborted]: unrecognized auth response from 192.168.25.21: ld.so.1: cvsnt: fatal: libstdc++.so.6: open failed: No such file or directory I'm using Solaris 10... You suggest to install the package found on sunreeware site? Thank you again Roberta "Richard Wirth" <richard at wirthware.de> ha scritto nel messaggio news:mailman.527.1169202656.16616.cvsnt at cvsnt.org... > > Hello Roberta, > > Friday, January 19, 2007, 10:41:03 AM, you wrote: > > RM> Thank you to help me again. > RM> I commented the line > > RM> #LockServer=localhost:2401 > > RM> but now the error is: > RM> connect to 192.168.25.21:2401 failed: Impossibile stabilire la > connessione. > RM> Rifiuto persistente del computer di destinazione. > > RM> Traslated It's (more or less): Impossible to establish the connection. > RM> Persistent refusal of the destination computer > > RM> In the file /etc/cvsnt/PServer the default line is: > RM> # LockServer Default lock server location. Can be overridden by > RM> # LockServer directive in individual repositories. > RM> # > RM> #LockServer=localhost:80 > RM> So If I comment the line cvs use the port 80. Doesn't It? > > No, no! Please leave the config of lockserver the default setting (aka > commented out). > Lockserver has nothing to do with the port cvs server listens on. > Lockserver is an extra server running in cooperation with cvs server > to maintain file locking. > > If you can not connect to cvs server, please check the config of > xinetd again. Make sure it is realy working (did you restart it after > adding cvsnt to the config?). > Check your open ports with netstat. > > > > -- > Best regards, > Richard mailto:richard at wirthware.de >