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by Graham Williams
Duck Duck Go


20190307 A bazaar server can be set up on your own server. Let's say it is hosted on the server locally known as ganesha ([*]) but also known to the wider world as bazaar.togaware.com ([*]) from where the repositories can be accessed. To create a new repository on ganesha ([*]):

  $ mkdir /bzr/siatrf
  $ cd /bzr/siatrf
  $ bzr init

Then on another computer where we might be doing our development work, perhaps with hostname nyx ([*]):

  $ bzr checkout bzr+ssh://bazaar.togaware.com/bzr/siatrf/ siatrf
  $ cd siatrf
  $ touch Makefile
  $ bzr add Makefile
  $ bzr commit -m "Initial import"

To control user access to the repository we can use the file system persmissions.

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