how to restrict git to specific non-root superuser

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I work on systems where 'everyone' has the root password (that problem is somewhat out of my hands). Is there a technique to setup git so that only a certain non-root superuser (ie, gittech) is allowed to run git commands? I don't want people logged in as root to mess up the git repos.

I'm considering using git for deployment and some anonymous root user messing it up would be a very, very, bad thing. Maybe this proposition is theoretically impossible. Maybe someone has implemented this concept in practice.

v/r,
neal

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