[cvsnt] [chacl] 'cvs ls' not working with

Tony Hoyle tony.hoyle at march-hare.com
Sat Sep 9 20:08:00 BST 2006

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Jurko Gospodnetiæ wrote:
>   If you set AclMode=normal in the CVSROOT/config file then noone
> seems to have the right to run the 'cvs ls' command. If you try it, you
> just get a message that you do not have the right to read the root
> repository folder.

This is correct behaviour.

>   I found no way to set access privileges for the root repository folder
> (absolute module reference '/' is not allowed for either chacl or rchacl
> cvs commands).

Have a look at the manual for the rchacl command.

'/' is not a valid module name.


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