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[ale] Re: Inching forward (Re: [ale] 'xinetd' question)



John,

When you created your repository and changed ownership to cvsuser, did
you make sure that your CVSROOT directory also got its ownership
changed?

--Michael

John Mills writes:
 > ALErs -
 > 
 > I got past the 'setgid' problem, but I'm a bit cautious about the change:
 >  In my '/etc/xinetd.d/cvspserver' I changed the line:
 >  "      user = cvsuser"
 > 
 >  to read:
 >  "      user = root"
 > 
 > That worked, but was it wise? Could I have set permissions elsewhere to
 > successfully use my low-powered 'cvsuser' as the cvs actor?
 > 
 > On Wed, 27 Mar 2002, John Mills wrote:
 > 
 > > Chris and other ALErs -
 > > 
 > > Thanks to Chris, I now get a cvs :pserver: login from a local or remote
 > > system. I have a 'permissions' problem, it seems. Once I'm logged in, I
 > > can't perform any actions except to logout.
 > 
 >  - John Mills
 >    "If there's a pothole or cow-pattie on the path, I can generally count
 >     on stepping in it!"
 > 
 > 
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