|Date:||Tue, 17 Dec 2002 01:02:19 -0800|
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Here's a bit of a challenge for the list. We need to set up a CVS repository on a Linux server such that the users can't modify the files, except through proper CVS operations. The catch? They are currently permitted to log into the server. Is there a way to seal off the repository without banning them from logging in? It has not been said that there is no option to prevent login, but if I can avoid that option, it would be preferrable. Suggestions?
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