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I have CVS set up and running on UNIX (our server) and NT (as a client)..now I need to set it up on our Macs. I have a copy of the Mac port...I try to connect and I keep getting a Login incorrect error even though I have already set up the .rhosts file. Any ideas on what could be wrong? Any pointers as to working with Macs with UNIX and CVS and this MacPort would be much appreiciated!
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Have you enabled the "r" services on the host?
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