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Seeking some Advice

From: Bruce, Phillip
Subject: Seeking some Advice
Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2001 15:43:47 -0500


      The $CVSROOT is owned by root and group is set to dev.
    I have a requirement in which I have 26 people who will need
    to access the CVS server. The 26 people will have different roles.
    There will be a total of 10 groups as describe:
    dev - developers
    cvsadmin - CVS admin
    test - testers
    frontend - frontend developers
    backend - backend deveopers
    spm -  ?? 
    provision - Provision Developers
    workflow - workflow developers
    adapters - adapters developers
    anoncvs - anonymous cvs users
   10 of the 26 people will have the need to have multiples group access.
   My main questions could I use the $CVSROOT/passwd file at the end to
   define the groups like you mentioned in the book. If so will using a ,
separate these
   groups for the same users like /etc/group file does.
   Also I'm planning on setting noshell to some of these users so they don't
   directly access the system.

   Any help in this issue would be grateful.


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