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Re: Secure a sub-directory in a subdirectory ...

From: Anders Knudsen
Subject: Re: Secure a sub-directory in a subdirectory ...
Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2001 13:07:49 -0700

Heh...this is the opposite of what I was trying to avoid (if you were reading my posts.)

You could just restrict access to that subdir by changing user/group perms to only the user who need to access that subdir. Then make sure it's 770, or 700 for that user.


At 03:38 PM 1/26/2001 -0400, The Hermit Hacker wrote:

Is there any way of defining a subdirectory as only having commit
privileges enabled for one developer, or, inversely, not allowing a
specific developer to commit to that area?

I maintain a project whre one developer can't seem to get it through his
head that stepping on another developers toes is a bad thing, so I want to
either restrict access to that other developer's area to the developer
himself *or* prevent the 'wild card' from being able to commit to it ...

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