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Re: question about :local: access to repository on Windows box (USERNAME
Re: question about :local: access to repository on Windows box (USERNAME -- ?)
Tue, 09 Jan 2001 17:18:58 -0500
True, but if there are file permissions (there won't be for
Win3.11, but will be for WinNT, if it's Win9x, then I think
it's possible to circumvent any local file permissions),
then the access to the CVS repository is based on the file
Michael Peck wrote:
> I'm not exactly sure what you mean here. If the repos is :local:, then
> it's not possible to log in. Period.
> If you want to track who is using it, as you had in the subject,
> %USERNAME% works as long as the user actually logged in (problem for
> Win9x, because they don't require login).
> After that, you put correct permissions on the repository so that only
> allowed people have access. I guess that's the closest thing to a login
> when using :local:.
> If this isn't what you meant, then please explain again.
> "X.X." wrote:
> > Hello everybody.
> > I'm sorry, but i have not found yet an answer to one important
> > question: how one can log in with personal user_name to the `:local:'
> > repository. It's so important, because we will keep the repository
> > under Windows (not on UNIX box).
> > If you have any idea or a "how to" link, write me, please.
> > Thank you
> > Best regards, Alexei Lyubimov
> > PS: It seems, that in Cederqvist it is nothing about too :(
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