|From:||Jasmeet Singh Virdi|
|Subject:||RE: Permissions of repository|
|Date:||Wed, 20 Feb 2002 18:38:24 +0530|
Ya i do the same on windows, i use win2K as a CVS server and use NTFS security to restrict access ..
From: Santosh Cheler [mailto:address@hidden]
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2002 5:01 PM
To: anamika mathur; address@hidden
Subject: Re: Permissions of repository
----- Original Message -----
From: "anamika mathur" <address@hidden>
> Dear Friends,
> Is it possible to have read/write access
> to specific files and directories in the repository
> using CVS for various users?I have a requirement that
> certain directories should be writable by user A but
> user A should have only read access for remaining
> directories in the repository.
The concept of groups is underused in unix. It is
exactly what you are looking for. Create two groups
grp1 and grp2. Put user A in grp1, but not in grp2.
chgrp and chmod your files on the server accordingly.
If your clone kills you, is that suicide?
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