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Re: Problem with admin privileges

From: Totok Sulistiomono
Subject: Re: Problem with admin privileges
Date: Sun, 03 Jul 2005 08:04:01 +0900
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Hi Julian.

Julian Opificius wrote:
Mark D. Baushke wrote:

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Julian Opificius <address@hidden> writes:

The only problem now is that if a cvsadmin user introduces a directory into the cvs repository using "add", the directory is owned by him, not by the global cvs user, and nobody else can check into/out of that directory.

How do I automatically force new directories created by the cvs server to be owned by the global cvs user, rather than the effective user? Maybe there is a Linux feature - something akin to setuid - that operates on the top level repository directory?


I solved by putting this in loginfo file (i.e. during commit):

new_dir (chgrp -Rf global_cvs_user $CVSROOT/new_dir)

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