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Re: help new user

From: michael
Subject: Re: help new user
Date: Sat, 4 Feb 2006 10:36:00 -0500
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On Fri, Feb 03, 2006 at 10:03:53PM -0800, niki wrote:

> Im new to cvs..i wanted to know that after having set up cvsnt on the
> server(win 2k) do i let the remote clients excess the server but
> with authentication and privileages.
> how do i assign rights to the user im using wincvs as client on their
> machine .
> if any body could please explain me the procedure in detailed steps
> ...i do'nt want any reference to any manual..

If you aren't going to read the manual, don't bother trying to use
CVS.  Whatever it is you want to do with version control will
absolutely require reading the manual.

Seriously, if you aren't willing to spend a half-hour trying to make
secure login work, why would you expect anyone to spend a half-hour
writing up instructions for you?

Here's an offer, now that I think about it.  My company charges
$300/hr for my consulting services.  I'll book you an hour at that
rate to answer your question, in writing and in detail.  With a "free"
followup telephone call to make sure you get it properly implemented.

Let me know.



Michael Powe            address@hidden          Naugatuck CT USA
"It stands to reason that self-righteous, inflexible, single-minded,
authoritarian true believers are politically organized. Open-minded,
flexible, complex, ambiguous, anti-authoritarian people would just as
soon be left to mind their own fucking business." - R.U. Sirius

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