Hey Folks. I wasn't subscribed here until now, so sorry for the
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 :
export CVSROOT=:ext:username at cvs.rpmfusion.org:/cvs/pkgs
cvs co rpms
I'm pretty sure it won't work because some groups still need to be
set... ah, the wonders of CVS! Kevin : Will you take care of that? Do
we need fine grained access using extended attributes for instance?
All those folks will need to be in the cvsextras group (504).
Should I just add them locally on that machine? Or do you want to set
that as their group in FDS?
(*) Fedora currently uses FAS1 which is considered obsolete, so it
would be a waste of effort to implement it, and FAS2 is still being
worked on, and nowhere near a usable state. But since we're using FDS,
it should be easy-ish to migrate to FAS2 once it's released, then also
to use pkgdb.
Thorsten Leemhuis wrote :
Just wondering: will we use one root for both free and nonfree? Or
should we better separate them with
export CVSROOT=:ext:username at cvs.rpmfusion.org:/cvs/free
export CVSROOT=:ext:username at cvs.rpmfusion.org:/cvs/nonfree
Separating sounds like the better way if we ever start things like
in the long term.
Sure, we can do that I think. Might require some mods to scripts.