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Re: Repository rights question

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 13:59:46 -0600

On Jan 14, 2008, at 12:27, Lorenzo Thurman wrote:

> I setup my repository from scratch as userA. I used it as userA via
> ssh and everything worked just fine. I then setup another account,
> userB and found that userB could not commit changes. Checkouts
> worked just fine. Both userA and userB are in the svnusers group.
> We use a similar setup at work, so I checked the rights on the
> repository and saw that our repository is setup as 770 (give or
> take a the odd file or a directory). And this works for us via ssh.
> I changed the rights on my repository to match this and it now
> works for userB.
> A fresh repo has rights (give or take a the odd file or a
> directory) of 755.
> So my question is this:
> What are the correct rights that allow multi-user access via ssh
> and is there anywhere this is documented?

Have you read this section of the book?


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