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Re: Is a multiple pserver possible?

From: Anne Henmi
Subject: Re: Is a multiple pserver possible?
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2004 15:08:55 -0800
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Greg A. Woods grabbed a keyboard and typed...
> That's not really going help any unless you're only using it for
> read-only access.

See, that's part of the problem. The main user wants to have the


With all the users in those projects able to login and checkout and
commit source code. Fine, that's not a problem using SSH.

Here's the kicker.. he wants to have an "anonymous" user for each
project (with the username "proj1", "proj2", etc) for accessing each
separate repository.

> If you didn't use cvsd and you didn't use pserver (i.e. if you used SSH,
> or some similar client/server tool), then you'd automatically gain the
> ability to support as many different repositories on your server as you
> could ever possibly imagine needing.  I.e. with SSH the user (perhaps
> with the help of a wrapper script or other setup tool) supplies the
> repository location to the server and thus any number of repositories
> can be handled by one server through one SSH daemon.

Ok, so how do you setup all sorts of anonymous accounts on a per project
basis using SSH?

Thanks for bearing with me.

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