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Re: differenting cvs users privileges

From: Mark
Subject: Re: differenting cvs users privileges
Date: Sat, 23 Jun 2001 18:40:02 -0700 (PDT)

--- Mark <address@hidden> wrote:
> If you want multiple projects in one repository while controling access on
> the
> project level, you will have to have a different group for each project
> directory structure. Either the user's unix id has to be in the proper group
> for the project (pserver as root), or the cvs pseudo user has to be in the
> proper group for the project (pserver as non-root). Since your users won't
> all
> have unix ids, you will need a psudeo user for each project, and map the user
> to the proper psuedo user in CVSROOT/passwd. I prefered not to have to worry
> about maintaining a psudeo cvs account per project, so I went with your
> approach below.

I Hit send before I did a once over. Correction, if you want multiple cvs
psuedo users (real unix accounts) for different groups, you will have to start
pserver as root.  If you want to run pserver as non-root user , you can only
use one cvs pseudo user (real unix account) for cvs pserver.


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