Having set ALLOW_ANON_USER true, ALLOW_ANON_EDIT false,
ALLOW_BOGO_LOGIN false and ALLOW_USER_PASSWORDS true, I am seeking a
way to let anonymous people read my wiki, but only let the users that
I have added to be able to write in the wiki. SO, there are no issues
with ALLOW_ANON_USER, ALLOW_ANON_EDIT and ALLOW_USER_PASSWORDS, but
ALLOW_BOGO_LOGIN is where the problem starts. Now, if i *do* allow
bogo logins, then I'm just opening my wiki to random attack from
random users, who can register as they like. Unlike popular wikis with
lots of users, vandalism here will not be detected quickly, so I'd
rather not have it all. On the other hand, when I disable bogo logins,
I just *can't* find how to add users manually for the life of me. (I'm
using a flatfile db by the way) I've read the FAQ and I must admit
it's been pretty unhelpful. Quoth the FAQ  , "New users are usually
added automatically when loggin in, unless the wiki is configured to
disallow self-registration. (DbAuth or HttpAuth)". Well, gee Sir, am I
stuck with no other users than the admin now?
From: Manuel Vacelet <manuel.vacelet@gm...> - 2006-07-07 12:09:49
2006/7/6, infralite <infralite@...>:
> On the other hand, when I disable bogo logins,
> I just *can't* find how to add users manually for the life of me.
According to config-dist.ini, you can set
USER_AUTH_ORDER = File
AUTH_USER_FILE = /my/pass/file
and you will manage /my/pass/file with htpasswd tool shipped with apache.
Is this what you're looking for ?