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On Mon, 09 Jul 2007 14:28:50 -0600, Arthur Barrett <arthur.barrett at march-hare.com> wrote: > Chris, > >> aimsnet:~/cvs# cvs -d :sserver:ChrisPurves at localhost:/cvs >> import -m "Add >> new project docs module" project_docs yoyo start >> cvsnt [server aborted]: User ChrisPurves cannot create files in >> project_docs >> >> I have "AclMode=normal" set in the config file and I believe >> the problem > > Well - it is the cause of the message, it is behaving as designed. You > do not have write access and CVSNT is denying you write access. > >> I do have the user ChrisPurves listed in the admin file, but > > Admins have access to the CVSROOT, and have control rights on the root > of the repository but not access to write by default. > > So as Admin you need to create a "default ACL" on the root of the > repository, then you can create a new module. Then you can create an > ACL on the new module that allows a user write/read access to the new > module. > http://www.cvsnt.org/manual/html/chacl.html > Okay, that makes sense, but I don't know how to set an ACL on the root of the repository. I have only been successful on setting ACL's on checked out modules. Can you provide an example? -- Chris Purves