[Pmwiki-users] Can I import the local user and password to pmwiki?
Thu Jul 29 01:21:01 CDT 2004
Well in theory you could modify the auth functions in PmWiki to accept
the user-level logins but just grant group permissions. It would just
accept a range of login+password combos, and grant rights just like it
does now. Without having to modify to much... I'm not sure the
difficulty of makeing a php script interact with "PAM." But I don't
think it would be extremely difficult to extend the PmWiki 1.0 system
to allow for the multiple logins....
On Thu, 29 Jul 2004 07:16:48 +0100, Ciaran <ciaranj at gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't think thats what Weirong was really asking, he was asking
> about the posibility of integrating the underlying passwording system
> of th Operating system into PmWiki . On a personal level I think this
> could be very handy, especially if it was to work with something like
> PAM, which could in term work on both a Domain server or a linux box.
> However to my knowledge PmWiki does not support user-level
> authentication. It *only* provides group level authentication, i.e.
> an admin group, a read group, and edit group etc. Sorry Weirong, Not
> sure if PmWiki 2 does though?
> - ciaran
> On Wed, 28 Jul 2004 19:00:28 -0400, Kass Lloyd <kasslloyd at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Just add "?action=crypt" to the end of one of your pmwiki pages, then
> > enter in the password you want your users to use. Then in your
> > config.php set the password to the encrypted string it gives you.
> > Kass
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