[pmwiki-users] Main.homepage asks for login..

DaveG pmwiki at solidgone.com
Mon Sep 14 08:01:10 CDT 2009

Obviously a dearth of people using UserAuth. What functionality are you 
using that would prevent you moving over to something more commonly 
used? Perhaps AuthUser? You might get more input under that environment.

  ~ ~ Dave

Sofia M wrote:
> all right... - I can't figure this out and tomorrow (Monday) is my
> last day before maternity leave!!
> Help :)
> Willing to pay someone consulting fee to figure this out so I don't'
> have to be thinking about this while on maternity leave..
> Needs to be someone who's using userauth.
> Sofia
> On Fri, Sep 11, 2009 at 2:03 AM, Sofia M <sofiam at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Petko -
>> thanks for the suggestion about the Main/GroupAttributes?action=attr,
>> but that didn't work either...
>> Hans - I didn't even know that I could look at the code of a page in
>> the wiki.d directory, thanks for the tip, I'll use it in the future,
>> but for now it turns out there are no passwords set there either...
>> Is there anyone who's using userauth on this list?
>> Sofia
>> On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 5:15 PM, Petko Yotov<5ko at 5ko.fr> wrote:
>>>>> I installed userauth from the cookbook, and after messing with it, I
>>> UserAuth is an external module written by an independent developer. You
>>> could probably try to contact him directly.
>>>>> can state that is IS, in fact, working - ?action=admin brings up the
>>>>> right page, I can edit users, etc...
>>> There is no core PmWiki action "admin", I assume it is used by the
>>> UserAuth module.
>>>>> the problem is - I don't understand why the main page of the wiki
>>>>> (/Main/HomePage) is asking for a login
>>>>> on ?action=admin, I have GuestUser defined with these permissions:
>>>>> "read_all, rss" - and it doesn't matter if I change it to just 'read'
>>>>> from 'read_all', or if I get rid of 'rss'..
>>> There are no PmWiki permissions "read_all" or "rss", again, your
>>> question probably relates to the UserAuth recipe, and its author may be
>>> better placed to answer than anyone else.
>>>>> might this be a hold-over from the previous use of native authuser? -
>>>>> I have set the passwords on /Main/HomePage to 'clear  in the
>>>>> ?action=attr
>>> Yes, "clear" without the quotes should clear all passwords to a page.
>>> You may also have defined passwords in a
>>> Main/GroupAttributes?action=attr page, and you can clear them the same
>>> way.
>>> In recent PmWiki versions (2.2.0+) there is also the page
>>> SiteAdmin/AuthList listing all pages with some passwords.
>>> Thanks,
>>> Petko
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