Config file etc xinetd d cvspserver needs updating
To avoid this, remember to run the Update feature before checking in a file.Other users can be told who is working on what file through the watches feature.Part of the reason I got this wrong is that the linux xinetd configuration does not duplicate the name of the program.At one point I just copied the fields from the linux config into the fields in the AIX file.(5) CVSNT 2.5.03 includes a major security flaw and the vendor recommends you upgrade.(6) CVS Suite 2008, CVS Suite 2009, CVS Suite 2009R2 etc and CVSNT 2.8.x are all directly descended from CVSNT 2.5.03 and so should work with Eclipse.(3) There have been some changes in 1.12.9 that effect Eclipse functionality in minor ways (see bug#67627).There have been no problems reported with 1.12 builds prior to that.
To make these tags appear, do the following: Branch or Version...".
If you also see messages from the server like "-f server: ...", this indicates that your CVS server has not been configured properly.
Here is the line as it should appear in the "/etc/inetd.conf" file (example from AIX but the problem has also been seen on Solaris): The key is the 2nd copy of "cvs".
Some modules are not expandable because their definition is complex and difficult to parse on the client.
These modules can still be checked out properly using the Check Out menu item from the module's context menu.