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Hello, I've seen _some_ info about ACLs and windows NTFS acl setups. I have some questions that I cannot seem to find answers to on my own. I don't see info about Linux ACLs and .. What I do see is stuff like "use :pserver:" or cvs-passwords. Then the next breath, the docs say - don't use :pserver:... I don't see examples of this, nor is it discussed in the 172 page PDF cvsnt user manual. And I can't find this sort of stuff in the the WIKI... More specfically: (a) What I need to support is this: Multiple contractors Multiple modules Contractors share the same repository Contractor A cannot get view - contractor B's work. BUT - some modules are shared read only (checkout only) Others are Read/Write (checkin is ok) ... etc ... There's more then a few permutations. b) Server is a linux box - not a windows box it runs a few other 'linux centric apps' c) access to this machine is by SSH only, no other access at all. All users will have SSH shell accounts on the machine. d) Reason for ssh only access is this: Some clients are Linux only. All clients are remote from the server There is *NO* common vpn for all clients. e) Clients will be using: eclipse - windows & linux TortiousCVS - Windows command line CVS - from linux (scripts) Clients must continue to be able to use existing - legacy CVS clients to talk to existing legacy CVS repositories. I don't see any "how to" info in this area. Can you point me to a better link that has this sort of info. Duane Ellis Principal Engineer Franklin Electronic Publishers One Franklin Plaza Burlington NJ 08016 email: duane_ellis at franklin.com voice: 1-609-386-2500 x4918 skype: duane_ellis