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RE: cvsadmin group problems

From: Edouard Cugni
Subject: RE: cvsadmin group problems
Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2001 17:57:12 +0200 (MET DST)


> Your configuration looks correct to me.

> To see which groups you are actually a member of use the 'id' command. You
> should get a list of your uid, gid(s) and their names.

Thanks to give me the idea of looking more carefully to the actual group
settings, the problems comes from here. (using id -a)

Our system has hard security levels, making th cvsadmin work as I wanted
is no possible without reviewing how the security is set.

So, I use now the repository account to use cvs admin, and only updating
the group file when its needed (of course all remote users also have cvsadmin

Like cvs admin must not be useful in normal CVS use, it shouldn't be a problem.

Again, Thanks

 Edouard Cugni -  address@hidden

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