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Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2001 05:10:07 -0400

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Sorry i could not find this in the archives, but how can i force cvs
to allow me to commit checkins as root.

I am aware of the security reasons, but i spend much of my time
developing in superuser mode, and it is a great pain to logout and
login again as another user to commit files.


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