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RE: Preventing Read Access to a File

From: Arthur Barrett
Subject: RE: Preventing Read Access to a File
Date: Thu, 9 Feb 2006 10:43:27 +1100


>Are any of the other CVS-compatible projects 
>(e.g., CVSNT) an option?  I need to keep 
>the repository on Solaris so using NTFS ACLs 
>is not a solution.

Yes - CVSNT is free/GPL and has binaries available for Solaris and has
ACLs.  The CVSNT ACL's are not NTFS based - they are integral to the
CVSNT server:

Also CVSNT has Audit, Merge Tracking, Change Sets, Lock Server, supports
unreserved and reserved edits, you can remove "insecure" protocols,
enforce compression/encryption, Unicode filenames/diff/merge, efficient
binary storage as well as plugins for shadow-directories, e-mail and
more...  All for free/GPL...

If you are interested in CVSNT please contact the CVSNT newsgroup:

Please read this FAQ before submitting a support request:


Arthur Barrett

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