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David Somers wrote: > Tony, > > There is a some weirdness with CVSROOT and root doing commits in there. > > The default acl on CVSROOT when a repo is created gives root full access... > but because CVS_BADROOT is defined by default in config.h.in the commit > process will refuse to allow root to do any commits because of this. > > Does it make sense to simply undefine CVS_BADROOT in config.h.in and let > root's ability to commit be determined by cvsnt's ACLs? > Having root commit is dangerous - the commit scripts could do basically anthing. Listing the administrator users (or groups - you could put 'wheel' on there for example) in CVSROOT/admin is sufficient to give them access... it should be a standard part of the initial configuration to do this. Tony