The best way to do it IMHO is to create a
seperate cvs group and change the permissions of the CVSROOT directory and its's
files so that they are only rwx root.cvs. Then whenever someone needs to
have access, just add them to the cvs group. Or add whoever is the cvs
maintainer to that group permanently.
The alternative, is to simply change the
permissions of the CVSROOT directory and it's files so that they are not
writable by anyone.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, June 22, 2001 11:13
Subject: LOCKING ?
Is there a way to
lock the CVSROOT directory and its contents so that nobody may delete or
modify these files?