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what is the default paswword of wincvs

 
saikrishna cinux
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i am using pserver for logging into remote system so i need to have type password
i havn't given any password while installing or after installing the software and also while dreating the repository

now how can i know the password
please sombody help me out

thanks in advance
 
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If there's no password, then just leave the password blank.
 
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Originally posted by Ernest Friedman-Hill:
If there's no password, then just leave the password blank.


yes, i did that but it's not working agian the same error message

here is the error messgae

D:\>cvs -d server:sai@project05:/Repository/ login
Logging in to server:sai@project05:2401:/Repository/
CVS password:
cvs [login aborted]: connect to project05:2401 failed: No connection could be made because
the target machine actively refused it.

please help me out in this issue it's little important for me to login to cvs thrru remote and there is no problem in connecting locally

thanking you in advance

regards
saikrishna
 
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According to what you show, you are actually logging in as user "sai". have you tried supplying the regular password for that user?
 
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Originally posted by Frank Carver:
According to what you show, you are actually logging in as user "sai". have you tried supplying the regular password for that user?


yes, i have logged into sai user but unable to get

please can you tell me some other way to login?
 
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That error message means that there's no server listening on port 2401 (or there's a firewall in between you and the server machine that's blocking that port.) It has nothing to do with passwords. You don't have the server installed or configured correctly.
 
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Originally posted by Ernest Friedman-Hill:
That error message means that there's no server listening on port 2401 (or there's a firewall in between you and the server machine that's blocking that port.) It has nothing to do with passwords. You don't have the server installed or configured correctly.


about what server you are talking abt Mr ernest?
you mean cvsnt server?

can you please help me out in this isssue?
it is really important for me to learn
 
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Yes, the cvsnt server, if that's what you're running. The cvs server that you're trying to access on the machine named "project05".
 
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