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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. Tony