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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