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Re: Mulitple Repositories

From: Vivek
Subject: Re: Mulitple Repositories
Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 15:50:47 +0530

Hi Larry,
            Can u suggest how to start CVS through a shell script instead of
starting through inetd.conf?

Thanks and Regards
----- Original Message -----
From: "Larry Jones" <address@hidden>
To: "Vivek" <address@hidden>
Cc: <address@hidden>
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2001 8:45 PM
Subject: Re: Mulitple Repositories

> Vivek writes:
> >
> >                 Currently i'm having only one repository and hence =
> > whoever is logging into CVS can do any modification to any module.
> Not hence.  You can use file ownership and permissions to control who
> can read and write each directory in the repository.  A person needs
> read permission on the files and the directory to check it out and needs
> write permission on the directory to commit changes or add new files.
> If you want to allow read-only access to some directories, you'll have
> to use LockDir= in CVSROOT/config to put the lock files in some world
> writable directory tree rather than in the repository.  If your system
> supports access control lists (ACLs), you can use them for even finer
> control.
> >                 But I'm facing problem in starting the CVS service as =
> > the number of characters exceeds 256.
> Have inetd run a shell script instead of CVS.  The shell script can then
> exec CVS with as many arguments as you'd like.
> -Larry Jones
> Geez, I gotta have a REASON for everything? -- Calvin

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