i m using cvsup -L 2 so it should has verbose output.
but unfortunately, it didn't output anything.
i also guess that maybe the connection is slow, so i
keep waiting for the cvsup connection after the
"running" line.
after a few minutes of froze, it show something like:

Detailer failed: Premature EOF from server
Will Retry at 11:04:54

i m using the same CD to install freebsd in my house
and my friend's house and i have no problem cvsup-ing
at all. That's why at the beginning i guess that there
are some firewall setting prevent me from cvsup-ing in
my school.
Does anyone experience the EOF problems before?
Thanks for looking and answering.

--- Lowell Gilbert
> yew chin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > thanks for answering, i will try to learn how to
> use
> > ctm. But 1 thing really weird is that, when i use
> > cvsup, i can establish connection to the cvsup
> server.
> > But it doesn't download the src and ports.
> > here is the output of my cvsup
> > 
> > Connecting to cvsup10.freebsd.org
> > Connected to cvsup10.freebsd.org
> > Server software version: SNAP_16_1e
> > Negotiating file attribute support
> > Exchanging collection information
> > Establishing multiplexed-mode data connection
> > Running
> > 
> > as i can tell i have successfully make a
> connection to
> > the cvsup server, but the screen just froze after
> the
> > "running" line, it doesn't show anything after
> that. i
> > just wonder what have prevent my computer
> downloading
> > the src and ports.
> > any ideas?
> Well, it's not a firewall problem; the connection is
> getting through
> the firewall just fine.  Check to see if cvsup is
> exchanging any data;
> maybe the transfer is just slow.  Also, you could
> try increasing the
> verbosity of cvsup to see if *it* knows anything
> that's going wrong.

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