[drupal-devel] mod auth mysql
kbahey at gmail.com
Sat Jul 23 07:57:22 UTC 2005
This is yet another example of how Drupal is useful as a framework,
and not just an application.
I support this initiative from Ber (with an accent). It will allow
anything that uses auth to get Drupal to manage its users.
On 7/23/05, Bèr Kessels <berdrupal at tiscali.be> wrote:
> Op dinsdag 19 juli 2005 07:33, schreef Boris Mann:
> > On 18-Jul-05, at 11:22 AM, Bèr Kessels wrote:
> > > For a more advanced webdav/svn system I am looking at a very simple
> > > mod_auth_mysql configuration, or even a mod_auth_mysql.module
> > > that module would include a permission "has apache access" or so.
> > > then the
> > > mod_auth_mysql will use such a scheme that it includes only Drupal
> > > users with
> > > that permission.
> > >
> > > But before we are that far, I need to know how to get
> > > mod_auth_mysql to
> > > atuhtenticate against the druapl DB.
> > >
> > > So, did anyone ever try this? What are the .conf files for that,
> > > and what else
> > > do I need to look at?
> > Would securesite potentially do what you need? It does basic_auth,
> > which helps for remote access to protected content (think RSS feeds
> > with mixed public/private content).
> No not really,
> I need it for webdav and svn. It would be great if I can manage my SVN
> and webdav permissions from within Drupal.
> [ Bèr Kessels | Drupal services www.webschuur.com ]
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