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Re: Functional GIT on F11 ?

2009/7/22 Todd Zullinger <tmz pobox com>
I wrote:
> It depends on how fine-grained you want things.  If all the users have
> ssh accounts on the system, you can just make the repository shared
> and add everyone who should have commit privileges to the group used
> for the repository.  This is how it is done on fedorahosted.org.  For
> example, if your git repo is at /git/repo.git:
>     # Tell git the repository is shared
>     $ git --git-dir /git/repo.git config core.sharedrepository true
>     # Set proper group ownership
>     $ chgrp -R gitgroup /git/repo.git
>     # Make all directories setgid
>     $ find /git/repo.git -type d -exec chmod g+s {} \;
>     # Ensure files and dirs are group writable
>     $ find /git/repo.git/ \( -type f -o -type d \) -a \
>                           \( -perm /u+w -a ! -perm /g+w \) \
>         xargs chmod g+w

Incidentally, most of this is only needed if you're dealing with a
repository that you've already created.  If you're initializing a new
repo you can skip most of it.

   $ git --git-dir /git/repo.git --bare init --shared=true
   $ chgrp -R gitgroup /git/repo.git

Then you can easily push things into it from an existing repo to add
content and git will handle the permissions.
Yes pushing over SSH is working great now, thanks. Just groups to sort out.

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