> Hi, I fix the problem but when I get the second page I see this error message:
> PHP Warnings
> lib/main.php:61: Notice: wikirequest(): The script tried to execute a method or access a property of an incomplete object. Please ensure that the class definition <b>file_passwd</b> of the object you are trying to operate on was loaded _before_ the session was started
> any idea ?
Yes, File_Passwd is still not loaded.
All these error have been fixed in recent CVS snapshots.
1.3.10 I forgot to move the loader upwards. (works there only for
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> De: phpwiki-talk-admin@...
> [mailto:phpwiki-talk-admin@... nombre de Reini
> Enviado el: miércoles, 16 de junio de 2004 6:25
> Para: phpwiki-talk@...
> Asunto: Re: [Phpwiki-talk] user authentication
> [CC deleted. we prefer to keep the conversation on the list only. No
> need to send it personally also]
> EAGOMEZC@... schrieb:
>>Setting USE_DB_SESSION=true I still have the same problem.
>>Setting USE_DB_SESSION=false I have this error message:
>>*Fatal error*: Cannot instantiate non-existent class: file_passwd in
>>*/usr/local/apache/htdocs/phpwiki-1.3.10/lib/WikiUserNew.php* on line *2122*
>>Any idea ?
> This was fixed in CVS.
> before that
> // "__PHP_Incomplete_Class"
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>> *De:* phpwiki-talk-admin@...
>> [mailto:phpwiki-talk-admin@... nombre de
>> *Barrow H Kwan
>> *Enviado el:* martes, 15 de junio de 2004 12:17
>> *Para:* Reini Urban <rurban
>> *CC:* phpwiki-talk@...;
>> *Asunto:* Re: [Phpwiki-talk] user authentication
>> I have the same problem ( I have posted this few days ago on a
>> different thread but got no answer ). I use Postgresql to store
>> pages and use file base authentication. I did try to set
>> USE_DB_SESSION to true ( try to set it to false as well ), but it
>> didn't work ( in fact I got some error when I set it to false ).
>> Does the authentication really work on phpwiki? I didn't mean it is
>> broken but not work as everyone thought. ( I don't think login in
>> each page is right ).
>> *Reini Urban <rurban@...>*
>> Sent by: phpwiki-talk-admin@...
>> 06/15/2004 07:39 AM
>> Re: [Phpwiki-talk] user authentication
>> EAGOMEZC@... schrieb:
>> > I have the same problem using File authentication, (a file like
>> /etc/shadow) ,
>> > I need login in each page.
>> > Is these solution right for my problem ?
>> No, you are experienceing lost sessions.
>> You can try to set USE_DB_SESSION true or false, until you find the
>> solution to your problem.
>> > -----Mensaje original-----
>> > De: phpwiki-talk-admin@...
>> > [mailto:phpwiki-talk-admin@... nombre de Reini
>> > Urban
>> > Enviado el: martes, 15 de junio de 2004 4:00
>> > Para: Lisa Glendenning
>> > CC: phpwiki-talk@...
>> > Asunto: Re: [Phpwiki-talk] user authentication
>> > Lisa Glendenning schrieb:
>> >>I am trying to use HttpAuth to authenticate through a Kerberos pop-up
>> >>window. This is working fine - except for anything requiring
>> >>administrative privileges. It is basically impossible to log on
>> as the
>> >>administrator. I have tried making the adminstrator an existing
>> >>Kerberos user and a separate WikiWord. I've also tried many
>> >>combinations of the user authentication options. No matter what, the
>> >>adminstrative login won't 'stick'. Every page asks for the admin
>> >>and actions done won't actually take effect (such as unlocking a
>> >>It will default back to the Kerberos login. Any thoughts?
>> > You are right. This is an overthought with HttpAuth.
>> > I would suggest to setup an Administrators group and add some
>> user (not
>> > ADMIN_USER) to this group. This user will have Admin Permissions
>> > but not the special admin login method, which does not work for http
>> > auth (yet).
>> > I usually create this page:
>> > CategoryGroup
>> > * [Administrators]
>> > and this page:
>> > Administrators
>> > * MyAdminUser
>> > ----
>> > CategoryGroup
>> Reini Urban