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Re: security question

From: Phil R Lawrence
Subject: Re: security question
Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 10:01:57 -0500
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Steven Tryon wrote:
> On Thu, 2002-12-12 at 10:51, Phil R Lawrence wrote:
>>I saw in the docs how to set up pserver and how it can
>>manage read-write permissions.  But I won't run a server
>>without encryption.
We run pserver on a machine behind a firewall and access with redirected
ports with ssh.

Someone posted on this list a cookbook ssh command to do so...

  ssh address@hidden -L

Then set your CVSROOT to point to localhost.

OK. I can follow the cookbook above for client access from windows and linux, but how can I establish that same mapping for developers when they are already logged onto the machine with the repository? i.e., how can a developer on localhost log into the pserver using SSH?


PS: Does this look right?

lskywalk:x:600:600:Luke Skywalker:/home/lskywalk:/bin/bash
cvs-lsky:x:601:601:Luke Skywalker:/home/usr/local/cvs:/bin/false
askywalk:x:600:600:Anakin Skywalker:/home/askywalk:/bin/bash
cvs-asky:x:601:601:Anakin Skywalker:/home/usr/local/cvs:/bin/false



# chgrp -R cvs-fooproj /usr/local/cvs/fooproj
# chmod g+srwx /usr/local/cvs/fooproj
# chmod o+rx /usr/local/cvs/fooproj
# chmod o-w /usr/local/cvs/fooproj

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