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Access permissions on module

From: Chandan Bhatia
Subject: Access permissions on module
Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2001 19:36:29 +1100

I am using jCVS 5.2.2. I would like to know information on couple of things.
A. I am using pserver to connect to CVS on SunOS 5.8.
In inetd.conf file I have given following:

"cvs     stream  tcp6    nowait  sgs     /opt/sfw/bin/cvs        /opt/sfw/bin/cvs -f --allow-root=/home/sgs/sgsvc pserver"

"sgs"                         is the common user created in-order to access CVS and
"/home/sgs/sgsvc"      is mapped to CVSROOT
Also I have created a 'passwd' file at location:
"/home/sgs/sgsvc/CVSROOT"    which has format:  <user>:password:<system user (i.e "sgs" in our case)>
Now everytime a module gets created with user id: "sgs".
However I would like it to be created by some other user id, say user1 instead of sgs.
Can this be achieved by replacing "sgs" with "root" in inetd.conf file?
It would be nice if you may suggest how this problem could be resolved.
B. How can I control the permissions on a module?
user1 has created module1. He wants full-access for his module.
user2 has created module2. He wants full-access for his module but read-only access to module1.
Looking forward to hear from you.
Thanks & Regards,

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