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Re: user auth with svn+ssh access on shared hosting inadequate

From: Travis Cline <travis.cline_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-05-04 02:53:14 CEST

On 4/29/05, Andrew Thompson <subversionuser@aktzero.com> wrote:
> You need a shell script. ;)
Yes, I do.

> The only thing is, if you are not specifying the tunnel-user flag, how
> would we get the username in?
> ...
> I would also like to be able to use the permissions defined in the svn
> database to limit/grant access.
I'd like to see the normal daemon-style auth on top of the ssh auth,
limiting/granting access as well as assigning usernames.

> Most cookie cutter hosts are going to have a similar setup. (Trust me,
> I'm one of them.)
I realize this =)
If the normal auth. layer were in there then only having a single
shell account wouldn't limit the number of developers.

I suppose I should hack it together, or write a script to handle the key pairs.

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