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CVS Pserver with multiple repositories?

From: Diego Ribeiro de Andrade
Subject: CVS Pserver with multiple repositories?
Date: Mon, 22 Dec 2003 13:38:21 -0200

I have implemented a CVS Pserver in a Red Hat Machine to serve to 3 projects. I installed CVS 1.12.5 on a RED HAT 9 Machine. To make the service RUN I edited cvspserver arquive in /etc/xinetd.d... It looks like this...
service cvspserver
 port = 2401
 disable = no
 socket_type = stream
 protocol = tcp
 wait = no
 user = root
 passenv = PATH
 server = /usr/bin/cvs
 server_args = -f --allow-root=/cvs/rep/casnav pserver
I edited config to System-auth=Yes so I connect remote with a system user of the server. I installed the "cvspermissions 0.3" Scripts and it let me set permissions on the modules with some commands...
But the 3 projects are hosted in a Singe repository! So... all people in the 3 projects can see all files in all projects... cvspermissions can only manage tag and commit permissions per modules to restricted users... but the read rights are managed by repository.
I could set the permissions by filesystem access ... but I dont know if its the best way. Im new in the Linux world... so I every post in this list affraid of being dumb!
I think to in create others files under /etc/xinetd.d and run a repository in each port... but it not seems right for me.
What I like to do is... multiple repositories, That I can manage with cvspermissions and access with pserver. It wold be Must! If someone helpme to take the best or right way... I thanks.
I thanks you!
Sorry about, I promess I will have english classes next year.
Diego. Rio de Janeiro. Brazil.

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