If you're using Apache (HTTP) authorization, you should use the
"Realms" option in Server Admin. This will properly configure
mod_auth_apple. You can, of course, do it yourself in your vhost
If you want your application to perform authentication, you can
authenticate against the OD server using LDAP. Your base DN for
connections is "dc=server,dc=example,dc=com" (for server.example.com,
obviously replace as appropriate). I did this (using mod_auth_ldap)
for SVN access control on a separate Ubuntu server, and it worked
flawlessly. I'm sure that PHP etc. will work just as well.
On Nov 22, 2007 12:37 PM, Simon Slavin <email@hidden> wrote:
> I can't figure out what to use or how. I want part of my web site to
> require authentication, and I want the authentication mechanism to use
> the user/password list maintained by Workgroup Manager. Which of the
> mod_auth* things should I be using ? Is there an example anywhere ?
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