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Re: What could go wrong with this scenario?

From: noel . l . yap
Subject: Re: What could go wrong with this scenario?
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 13:16:41 -0500

Also note that the given chmod command will change archive file permissions
as well.  The command should at most be "find /cvsroot/project -type d |
chmod 770".

Also, if one is using file system ACLs, chmod g+s may not be enough if the
user isn't in the directory's group.  One would really have to do a chgrp.


That might be better I don't know ...

chmod g+s does according to man page:

...set user or group ID on execution (s)...

What exactly does that mean in this context of CVS?

Matt Riechers wrote:

> Marcel van der Boom wrote:
>>Essentially the script should change all group and ownership
>>assignments of all files below the project dir with something like
>>chgrp -R cvs_project /cvsroot/project
>>chmod -R 770 /cvsroot/project
> Why do you need to do this? It sounds like you want 'chmod g+s'
> -Matt

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