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Tue, 15 Feb 2005 16:40:01 -0800
Thanks for help
I still have
questions, if anyone can help , i'd much appreciated.
1. How to setup
SSH protocol between client and server.
I don't worry
about cvs remove command anymore. however, here comes another
To enable SSH
between client and server. I add a group of users in linux 7.3 so that
each user can ssh to linux machine and have a write access to /home/cvs. I am
afraid that this will allow user to go directly to the repository and change
files , which Jim talked about.
Any idea how to
contrib/cvs_acls seems difficult to understand. Is there any resource talk about
Frank Zhu wrote:
> My CVS system is using
linux cvs server and wincvs client,
> How can configure to
> 1 only allow administrator remove files in repository,
> use can't? The purpose is to keep code safe.
Don't worry about
it. 'cvs remove' doesn't actually delete anything from
your repository. Users
can never permanently remove anything as long as they
go through the CVS
interface (if they have direct access to the repository
via telnet or mounted
drives, that's a completely different matter).
Having to go to the administrators each time I
want to 'cvs remove' a file
would be rather annoying.
If you *still* feel you need to prevent users
from removing files, then have
a look at the contrib/cvs_acls script - it
*might* do this, I don't know.
> 2 only allow administrator to check
into trunk, other user
> can only create branch and check in at
> The purpose is to keep trunk clean.
I'm pretty sure the
contrib/cvs_acls script will do this. I haven't used it,
so I'm afraid I
can't give you details on how to configure it.
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