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From Ted Husted <>
Subject Re: Opening Salvo 'n CVS
Date Mon, 05 Jul 2004 14:52:27 GMT
I probably wouldn't start with jcvs. For Windows, a good place to start is with PuTTY and WinCVS
or TortoiseCVS. (I haven't used TortoiseCVS myself but TortoiseSVN is excellent.) For Unix,
the standard command line version might be simplest. 

A good place to get "your feet wet" is with a SourceForge project, since the procedure there
is so well documented.

You might try getting an anonymous checkout of, say, first, to confirm that
you have a working infrastructure, and then give Apache Struts another try. 


On Mon, 05 Jul 2004 06:18:19 -0700, Michael McGrady wrote:
> I am attempting to download struts cvs with jcvs ii.  I am a new
> user of CVS.  I am essentially a coder and have not master the
> finer arts of administrating these jobbers.  Guess it is time I
> learned, so here goes.
> I am getting the following error:
> The CVS Request failed.
> Failed to open socket to connect to cvs server
> ''.
> could not create INETD connection for
> '' -->
> could not create INETD connection for
> '' -->
> ** The command completed with an error status
> I have used the PServer option and have the username as anoncvs.
> My CVS Modules is "checkout".  My CVS Server is
> "".  My CVS Repository is
> "/home/cvspublic".  My Checkout Directory is "jakarta-struts".  And
> my arguments is "-d".
> Then I click "Checkout Module" and get the error.  Any ideas?
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