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2008/10/2 Arthur Barrett <arthur.barrett at march-hare.com>: > > What aclmode are you using? (look in CVSROOT/config). > > For aclmode=compat you need something like: > cvs rchacl -a nowrite -u limited mydir/prog > > For aclmode-normal you need something like: > cvs rchacl -n -a all -u limited mydir > cvs rchacl -a read -u limited mydir/prog > > Regards, > > > Arthur > aclmode=normal mydir - is root a module. And users from "limited"-group must have all permissions in this folder and all his subfolders, without 1 of them: mydir/prog. "limited"-users must have only read permissions for this folder I've tried: cvs rchacl -a all -u limited mydir cvs rchacl -n -a read -u limited mydir/prog But user from "limited"-group can read only files in mydir/prog, but no subfolders in it. And in this folder such user can add or modify files. cvs lsacl in /mydir shows: user=limited all in mydir/prog: user=limited read() What is it? Where I'm wrong? OS - altlinux4.1 FS - ext3 rw,nosuid,nodev (CVSNT) 2.5.03 (Scorpio) Build 2382 Help me, please. Thanks in advance