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Orlando, > 1. What I did was install the following rpm: > - Cvsnt-2.5.04.3236-1.i386.rpm > - Cvsnt-database-mysql-2.5.04.3236-1.i386.rpm > - Cvsnt-protocol-gserver-2.5.04.3236-1.i386.rpm > - Cvsnt-protocol-sserver-2.5.04.3236-1.i386..rpm . . . > > 3. how can I start the cvsnt service? > > It depends if you have chosen inetd or xinetd as per the instructions: http://www.cvsnt.org/oldwiki/InstallationLinux You also need to configure the lock daemon (see above link). Most people will assume that if you are installing software on a linux machine that you are a linux administrator and know the things that a linux administrator needs to know - including how to configure inetd and xinetd services. If you are a linux adminstrator and you do not know these things then may I politely suggest you go and get some training or buy several good books on linux and start reading or purchase professional linux suppport from Red Hat or another vendor (they wont help you with anything CVSNT specific though - only generic things like inetd and xinetd). > 5. in part set by the port that will be running the CVSNT? > Which one - the lock server port or the repository server port or the ssh port? Regards, Arthur Barrett