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Praveen Dharmavaram
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Hi,

I have CVS configured to be used by a group of users under CVSUSERS. I have a few repositories created in CVS and all can be accesses by a user in CVSUSERS. How can i place restrictions so that a perticular user can only see a particular repository. Can someone point me or give me some instructions on how to get this done. I am using linux.

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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Praveen,
You could create a UNIX group for those users and only give that group write permission to the directory for each repository.


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