Bryan said on Wed, Mar 31, 2004 at 06:46:55PM +0100:
> I have a cvspserver setup, which works fine for localhost
>> CVSROOT=:pserver:beths at localhost:/home/cvsroot
>> I can do a cvs login as beths on the box locally, but,
>> CVSROOT=:pserver:beths at 10.100.100.14:/home/cvsroot
>> on the box 10.100.100.148, gets the connection reset by 10.100.100.14
> and generates this error message in
>> 04/3/31 at 20:51:09: START: cvspserver pid=17386 from=10.100.100.148
> 04/3/31 at 20:51:09: FAIL: cvspserver address from=10.100.100.148
>> Reverse lookup failure?
>> Edited /etc/hosts
>> 10.100.100.48 Vader
>> No effect.
Check the versions between client and server. Also, give us a squint at yer
[x]inetd config for the CVS pserver.
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