On Fri, Oct 05, 2001 at 01:54:47PM +0100, Cormac McClean wrote:
> In fairness, you would get a similar error if you were trying to connect
> to the SWAT web server and it wasn't running, without anything to do with
I don't know why I said the below where I assumed he had Netscape configured
for a proxy. Blame it on (looking up his BOFH excuse guide) a lack of inodes
on the cache volume :-)
As to swat, whenever I've run it I ran it standalone i.e. not from inetd or
xinetd. Perhaps you might give that a try.
> > Netscape's network connection was refused by the server 127.0.0.1:901. The
> > server may not be accepting connections or may be busy.
> > Try connecting again later.
> > I've added the "swat 901/tcp" to the swat file and the smb.conf file is
> > there. It also allows me to restart the xinetd files.
>> This error message indicates that you've told Netscape that you have a proxy
> server running on localhost at port 901. Last time I checked :-) swat is a
> pretty lousy web proxy (it's a handy Samba configuration tool though) so
> either point Netscape to the correct proxy or tell Netscape that it's
> directly connected to the Internet and you'll be right.
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