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Access rights based on groups

From: Søren Juul <zpon.dk_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 5 Oct 2008 11:17:14 +0000 (UTC)


I have set up a svn repository on a server, on which all the users which should
have read/write access is divided in five groups, I have tried to change the
access by using setfacl and ended up with something like this

    getfacl DIRECTORY
    # file: DIRECTORY
    # owner: USER
    # group: GROUP

This works fine at first, but when one my group commit, everybody from all other
groups are no longer allowed to commit, why could this be? Could it be something
with the rights in repository/db?

Maybe I should mention that the server is at my university, so there are things
I do not have access to change, and that the connection to the server is done
via ssh

Med venlig hilsen / Kind regards
Søren Juul
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