On Wed, 17 Jun 2015 14:27:48 -0700 (PDT)
tobias zellner <tobias.zellne...@googlemail.com> wrote:

> > But now, something strange happen. I have following behavior:
> >
> >    1. pull work fine for everybody. 
> >    2. push work for everybody. No credentials are asked.
> >
> > So now I have a repository that is not protected at all. Just
> > everybody can read and write. 
> well I found my problem. I just did not enable the rewrite engine.
> So the working solution looks now like below:
> Well stupid problem, simple solution. And well it works now with and 
> without "receivepack".

Thanks for the status update!

Starters of the theads which did not receive any responses tend to
crawl back into the hole and do not show up with comments -- possibly
thinking that if no one got interested no one will be interested in the
update.  IMO this is flat out wrong -- in part because we're indexed by
web search engines and in part because not everyone among those who did
not respond were uninterested or did not understand the question; they
might just were unable to help, like I was, for instance.

And now we have a problem and the solution in this thread -- to save the
next guy who manages to google this. ;-)

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