On 30.10.2007 17:43, Matthias Saou wrote:
The CVS server that Kevin set up is now interfaced with the FDS (Fedora
Directory Server) for user accounts. No FAS (Fedora Account System) for
the near future (*), but at least accounts are centralised in the LDAP,
not the SSH keys just yet, but that should be trivial to do.
The following users have access already :
It's accessible as follows :
cvs co rpms
Just wondering: will we use one root for both free and nonfree? Or
should we better separate them with
Separating sounds like the better way if we ever start things like
in the long term.
I'm pretty sure it won't work because some groups still need
set... ah, the wonders of CVS! Kevin : Will you take care of that? Do
we need fine grained access using extended attributes for instance?
I'd say it should be fine to start without ACLs.