Greetings All -
We just set up a brand new Red Hat box, and we would like to use CVS to check out the latest stable version of Drupal. We know CVS is installed, but we don't
want to set up our own repository. All we want to do is connect to Drupal! I've done this a thousand times on other servers, but for some reason when we run this command:
cvs -d:pserver:anonymous:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs/drupal checkout -d ~/www/DRUPAL-6-10 drupal
I get a big "Connection Refused
Could this somehow be a firewall issue on our end? If so, what would we need to do?
If this is a CVS issue, is there any basic configuration we need to do to the CVS client itself?
Again, all we need to do is connect to Drupal; we will not be serving any content from our own server. Thanks!