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CVS installation issues

supreed kumar
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I am trying to install CVS in a HP server with Redhat Server version running. I got my repositiory created in /usr/local/cvsroot, i had changed the user permissions and group for this directory. I had written a file named cvspserver and saved in /etc/xinetd.d directory.
I am able to check in and check out files from and to this repository using local cvs commands.
But when i try to connect to the same repository using pserver from the same machine, i am getting an error "/usr/local/cvsroot reposiory not found".
CVSROOT, the environment variable is set as CVSROOT=server@localhost:/usr/local/cvsroot
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