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revoking ssh access after switching to http

From: Bradley Wagner <bradley.wagner_at_hannonhill.com>
Date: 2006-06-30 15:17:15 CEST

Kind of a strange question but here goes. The svn binaries live in /
usr/local/bin on my machine. I have just set up Apache2 with SVN
modules and would like to force users to use this. Is there anyway to
disallow ssh access to the repository? Given that the binaries are
available when a user logs in via SSH I'm not sure there is a way to
do this, without moving the ssh binaries. Even then, if a user knew
the location of the binaries, they could make them available on their
path in their .bashrc file and continue committing with ssh. I can't
revoked SSH access to the machine because developers need it for
other things.

My main problem with ssh access is that I can't enforce my access
restrictions to various parts of the repository as with the Apache2

I figure someone must have had this problem before.



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