We are using the RT (request tracker written by bestpractical) Database to authenticate against for some other web based apps. After digging into how RT stores passwords i found out that it is stored in an MD5 base 64 hash. I could really use some help compiling into mod_auth_mysql this type of support so far all i am getting is a passwd mismatch. configuration option syntax i have choosen AuthMySALMD5b64Passwords
Thanks in advance
nevermind it looks as though it does it by default
I am still having a issue, i need to modify the the mod_auth_mysql.c to allow for MD5 hash, Base64 encoded can someone point me in the right direction so i can compile this type of support in. Thanks
OK i got it working,
I have the same problem, I must authenticate users on password stored in an MD5 base 64 hash.
Could you send me the patch with this features?
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