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Avatar iamlt 1 post

I love the idea of the trac stack, primarily b/c I am not a linux guy nor am i familiar with the inner workings of trac or subversion. Getting the server running was easy. Getting it runnin the way i want is proving to be difficult. Currently I am fighting the problem with the trac user management plugin. even though i have disabled the native trac login, and enabled the user management login component, it still pops the default basic auth pop up instead of using the form based login page like its supposed to. Anyone have any idea where i go from here.

Avatar victoria Administrator 134 post(s)


In order to avoid HTTP authentication (the default in Trac stack), you will need to comment out the lines in the /path/to/bitnami-trac-installation-directory/trac/conf/trac.conf:

<LocationMatch "/trac/[^/]+/login">
  AuthType Basic
  AuthName "Trac"
  AuthUserFile "/path/to/bitnami-trac-installation-directory/trac/conf/htpasswd"
  Require valid-user

I guess you need to first configure the plugin to be able to login once you disable the HTTP authentication.

Please let us know if this works for you.

Avatar sepidar 6 post(s)

how to comment?
with <— —> tags or with double slashes before beginning of line?

Avatar Beltrán Rueda Administrator 3,714 post(s)

With <— —> should works ok.

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