[horde] Re: horde and installation
eric.rostetter at physics.utexas.edu
Fri Jan 3 19:52:57 PST 2003
Quoting sandro <sdada at web.de>:
> ok i try in english :-)
> i witch file i can change the auth method from horde?
horde/config/horde.php or horde/config/config.php (depending on your
version of horde)
> i want to use authentification over my mysql database.
Okay. Edit the appropriate file, and setup the auth params something like:
$conf['auth']['driver'] = 'sql';
$conf['auth']['params'] = array();
$conf['auth']['params']['phptype'] = 'mysql';
$conf['auth']['params']['hostspec'] = 'localhost';
$conf['auth']['params']['username'] = '******'; // see scripts/db/*.sql
$conf['auth']['params']['password'] = '******'; // see scripts/db/*.sql
$conf['auth']['params']['database'] = 'horde';
$conf['auth']['params']['table'] = 'horde_users';
> the script horde/scripts/db/*.sql was running.
> it was created 4 tables:
> all tables are emtpy :-(
You will want to insert an username and password into horde_users for
your login. Username should be ascii text, password should be md5.
Don't use the mysql password() function, but instead a real md5() function
such as php's md5(). For example, you can convert a known ascii password
to md5 with the following php script:
I think people have been able to use some admin tools (phpadmin or something
like that) also to create accounts in sql.
> i have written in horde_users in userid and password admin and admin b ut
> noway to login :-(
The password must be in md5() format.
> greetings from germany
And greetings from Texas! :)
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