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From:Jiri Cuypers Date:March 17 1999 12:28am
Subject:RE: [spam 03.38/10.00 -pobox] Re: MySQL_auth_module for apache
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Correction... according to the manual... you could do something like:
Auth_MySQL_Encryption_Types [Plaintext, Crypt_DES, MySQL] in the config
file from apache... 
Mysql being the password() function

It should work, but I personnally still get errors with these parameters
in httpd.conf



> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Ed Carp [SMTP:erc@stripped]
> Sent:	Wednesday, March 17, 1999 1:13 AM
> To:	Richard Antecki; Jiri Cuypers
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> Subject:	Re: [spam 03.38/10.00 -pobox] Re: MySQL_auth_module for
> apache
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> >INSERT INTO table VALUES ('username',PASSWORD('cleartext'),'groups');
> 
> 
> Sorry, that won't work - the PASSWORD() function doesn't use DES.
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Re: [spam 03.38/10.00 -pobox] Re: MySQL_auth_module for apacheEd Carp17 Mar
  • Re: [spam 03.38/10.00 -pobox] Re: MySQL_auth_module for apacheRichard Antecki17 Mar
Re: [spam 03.38/10.00 -pobox] Re: MySQL_auth_module for apacheFred Lindberg17 Mar
RE: [spam 03.38/10.00 -pobox] Re: MySQL_auth_module for apacheJiri Cuypers17 Mar