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Hi Gerhard. > Probably not. This is generally an admin activity, and you need this > feature most when you set up permissions for other users/groups. So the > user/group would be usually the one given as argument, just with the lsacl > command now. Hmmm.... but the cvs lsacl command does not have a user parameter... and even if it did... we would still know the exact user in whose context the command was running (no matter whether it is specified via CVSROOT or a separate command line option). Best regards, Jurko Gospodnetic