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Wed, 11 Jul 2001 15:27:59 -0700
I have added the support category into the etc/inetd.conf file also as per
the installation guide. By the way this
is for solaris installation. GNATS is compatible both for solaris as well as
linux is it...In Linux i dint have inetd.conf
file in /etc and so I created one and added the line but it says connection
refused in the browser when i tried to
connect it. Please do bear with me as this is a critical thing for us to
have GNATS tool right now.
From: Yngve Svendsen [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2001 2:58 PM
To: Uma R; address@hidden
Subject: Re: GNATS installation
At 14:50 11.07.2001 -0700, Uma R wrote:
> Kindly help me what could be the problem. The main problem what i
>feel is connection refused error message is given. Why it is giving
> Even when i do telnet to the localhost at port 1529 like,
> "telnet localhost 1529"
>the connection gets refused. But this entry is there in the /etc/services
>Also is the database in-built with GNATS itself???
>PLEASE FOLLOW-UP THIS PROBLEM AS THIS IS A SERIOUS ISSUE FOR MANY OTHERS
(hey, go easy on that Caps-lock key)
GNATS manages its own database -- it is simply a directory hierarchy where
the PRs reside in separate files in this structure.
You seem not to have set up your inetd.conf file properly. You need to
retrace the steps in the GNATS installation chapter of the manual and check
your entry in inetd.conf.