Michael | 6 Nov 08:39 2002

How to setup Authentication

Dear:

I want to setup XMRBS, but I don't konw how to setup Authentication. 
Because I did not use Linux/Uinux  System.

My System
WINDOWS ME
APACHE
PHP
MYSQL

Can you help me? Please.

Thank You
MICHAEL

Sven Kuehnel | 4 Nov 10:48 2002
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now all changed files for room-dependences

i hope i get an answer of the developer.

regards
sven
<?php
# $Id: day.php,v 1.2 2002/10/29 08:43:22 mrbs Exp $

include "config.inc";
include "functions.inc";
include "$dbsys.inc";
include "mincals.inc";

#If we dont know the right date then make it up 
if (!isset($day) or !isset($month) or !isset($year))
{
	$day   = date("d");
	$month = date("m");
	$year  = date("Y");
} else {
# Make the date valid if day is more then number of days in month
	while (!checkdate($month, $day, $year))
		$day--;
}
if (empty($area))
	$area = get_default_area();

# print the page header
print_header($day, $month, $year, $area);
(Continue reading)

Ross Goonan | 7 Nov 00:24 2002
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RE: MRBS on Windows Platform

Hi,

            Can’t help you a lot as we are running on Linux but Winzip will open Unix tar files. You probably just need to open it from within Winzip rather than double clicking the file.

 

Feel free to email me back with further questions.

 

Cheers.

 

 

 

Ross Goonan

Manager - Information Technology

Sunraysia Institute of TAFE

http://www.sunitafe.edu.au

 

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Hi

 

I'm very keen to setup MRBS at our school to help book library/computer rooms. I've tried to work out how to setup - I have installed php and mysql but your download files for MRBS all seem to be contained in Linux compression files - How do I get the Window "zip" equivalents and instructions to install MRBS under Windows. Like I say I'm very keen but frustrated - I found a Windows based derivative of MRBS called WIBS (Windsor Internet Booking System) but this is really setup for WorkStation booking rather than rooms. Can you help!! Please reply to the following Email Address steve.outram <at> tepuke.school.nz

 

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Hugo Mahr | 9 Nov 15:35 2002
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Re: How to setup Authentication

Hello Michael
on Wednesday, 6. November 2002 08:39, you wrote:
>
> I want to setup XMRBS, but I don't konw how to setup Authentication.
> Because I did not use Linux/Uinux  System.
>
> My System
> WINDOWS ME
> APACHE
> PHP
> MYSQL
>
> Can you help me? Please.
>
It is interresting, that the mrbs-code is used somewhere else.

Can you be a bit more specific. For example what you have tried,
what problems you really have. What information you have found but
that does not work for you.
On the LINUX system I am using I have set up the
httpd basic authentication. There you can use a .htpasswd and .htaccess.
With some additional modules you can use that in mrbs.
I have worked on this basic authentication, because I think, this is 
something to work easily somewhere else.
Just look in the www to find more information,
the home page of the apache  project or 

http://www.zend.com/zend/tut/authentication.php#Heading10
PHP-Based User Authentication
                              By Julie Meloni
or
http://www.thickbook.com/extra/index.html?t=ua

Best regards
    Hugo

Phil Lewis | 10 Nov 03:55 2002

RE: Mrbs-general digest, Vol 1 #418 - 1 msg

I'm getting multiple errors, right now I'm looking at

Parse error: parse error, unexpected $ in /var/www/html/mrbs/mrbs_auth.inc
on line 79

Fatal error: Call to undefined function: getusername() in
/var/www/html/mrbs/edit_entry.php on line 21

when I click on a + sign to add an event.

Any ideas?  Also, there's no admin, etc stuff at the top of the page...

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Subject: Re: [Mrbs-general] How to setup Authentication
Date: Sat, 9 Nov 2002 15:35:34 +0100

Hello Michael
on Wednesday, 6. November 2002 08:39, you wrote:
>
> I want to setup XMRBS, but I don't konw how to setup Authentication.
> Because I did not use Linux/Uinux  System.
>
> My System
> WINDOWS ME
> APACHE
> PHP
> MYSQL
>
> Can you help me? Please.
>
It is interresting, that the mrbs-code is used somewhere else.

Can you be a bit more specific. For example what you have tried,
what problems you really have. What information you have found but
that does not work for you.
On the LINUX system I am using I have set up the
httpd basic authentication. There you can use a .htpasswd and .htaccess.
With some additional modules you can use that in mrbs.
I have worked on this basic authentication, because I think, this is
something to work easily somewhere else.
Just look in the www to find more information,
the home page of the apache  project or

http://www.zend.com/zend/tut/authentication.php#Heading10
PHP-Based User Authentication
                              By Julie Meloni
or
http://www.thickbook.com/extra/index.html?t=ua

Best regards
    Hugo

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Hugo Mahr | 10 Nov 07:28 2002
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Re: RE: Mrbs-general digest, Vol 1 #418 - 1 msg

Hi Phil,
On Sunday, 10. November 2002 03:55, you  wrote:
> I'm getting multiple errors, right now I'm looking at
>
> Parse error: parse error, unexpected $ in /var/www/html/mrbs/mrbs_auth.inc
> on line 79
>
> Fatal error: Call to undefined function: getusername() in
> /var/www/html/mrbs/edit_entry.php on line 21
>
> when I click on a + sign to add an event.
>
> Any ideas?  
>
I assume there is a mistake with the config.inc.

If I set for example everything to null, i.e. 
###############################################
# Authentication settings - read AUTHENTICATION
###############################################
# IP authentication allows any user to create bookings.
$auth["realm"]  = "";
$auth["type"]   = "";
$auth["prog"]   = "";
$auth["params"] = "";

I get on my version:

Warning: Failed opening 'auth_.inc' for inclusion 
(include_path='.:/usr/share/php') in 
/usr/local/httpd/htdocs/mrbs/mrbs_auth.inc on line 5

Fatal error: Call to undefined function: getusername() in 
/usr/local/httpd/htdocs/mrbs/edit_entry.php on line 48

This looks similar to your message. 
It shows at least if mrbs_auth.inc cannot be read, then you get such an error.
The line number 48 is increased because of my changes.

Do you have modified the mrbs_auth.inc? Then maybe you check your changes
w.r.t to the original.

Did this help somehow?

> Also, there's no admin, etc stuff at the top of the page...
What do you mean with this? 

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I have problems with the digest you are using. My kmail and other mail agents 
do a sort with respect to the subject line. This was:
[Mrbs-general] How to setup Authentication
Now it is :
Re: [Mrbs-general] RE: Mrbs-general digest, Vol 1 #418 - 1 msg
For the program and for me too it is not clear, that these topics are
related.
So I suggest you use the orginal subject line, when you respond.

And maybe you quote what is really required. I am personally not interested 
in such a detailed 'from' message.

Regards
  Hugo

Phil Lewis | 12 Nov 00:15 2002

Infernal errors

I got MRBS running today, but I'm getting the following errors when I create
a series, then Edit the series:

Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in
/var/www/html/mrbs/edit_entry_handler.php on line 112

Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in
/var/www/html/mrbs/edit_entry_handler.php on line 140

Warning: Cannot add header information - headers already sent by (output
started at /var/www/html/mrbs/edit_entry_handler.php:112) in
/var/www/html/mrbs/edit_entry_handler.php on line 169

Any ideas?

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Date: Sat, 9 Nov 2002 18:55:18 -0800
Subject: [Mrbs-general] RE: Mrbs-general digest, Vol 1 #418 - 1 msg

I'm getting multiple errors, right now I'm looking at

Parse error: parse error, unexpected $ in /var/www/html/mrbs/mrbs_auth.inc
on line 79

Fatal error: Call to undefined function: getusername() in
/var/www/html/mrbs/edit_entry.php on line 21

when I click on a + sign to add an event.

Any ideas?  Also, there's no admin, etc stuff at the top of the page...

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To: "Michael" <michael <at> 188.d2g.com>,
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Subject: Re: [Mrbs-general] How to setup Authentication
Date: Sat, 9 Nov 2002 15:35:34 +0100

Hello Michael
on Wednesday, 6. November 2002 08:39, you wrote:
>
> I want to setup XMRBS, but I don't konw how to setup Authentication.
> Because I did not use Linux/Uinux  System.
>
> My System
> WINDOWS ME
> APACHE
> PHP
> MYSQL
>
> Can you help me? Please.
>
It is interresting, that the mrbs-code is used somewhere else.

Can you be a bit more specific. For example what you have tried,
what problems you really have. What information you have found but
that does not work for you.
On the LINUX system I am using I have set up the
httpd basic authentication. There you can use a .htpasswd and .htaccess.
With some additional modules you can use that in mrbs.
I have worked on this basic authentication, because I think, this is
something to work easily somewhere else.
Just look in the www to find more information,
the home page of the apache  project or

http://www.zend.com/zend/tut/authentication.php#Heading10
PHP-Based User Authentication
                              By Julie Meloni
or
http://www.thickbook.com/extra/index.html?t=ua

Best regards
    Hugo

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From: Hugo Mahr <HugoMahr <at> web.de>
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To: "Phil Lewis" <phil <at> architectsbcra.com>,
 <mrbs-general <at> lists.sourceforge.net>
Subject: Re: [Mrbs-general] RE: Mrbs-general digest, Vol 1 #418 - 1 msg
Date: Sun, 10 Nov 2002 07:28:26 +0100

Hi Phil,
On Sunday, 10. November 2002 03:55, you  wrote:
> I'm getting multiple errors, right now I'm looking at
>
> Parse error: parse error, unexpected $ in /var/www/html/mrbs/mrbs_auth.inc
> on line 79
>
> Fatal error: Call to undefined function: getusername() in
> /var/www/html/mrbs/edit_entry.php on line 21
>
> when I click on a + sign to add an event.
>
> Any ideas?
>
I assume there is a mistake with the config.inc.

If I set for example everything to null, i.e.
###############################################
# Authentication settings - read AUTHENTICATION
###############################################
# IP authentication allows any user to create bookings.
$auth["realm"]  = "";
$auth["type"]   = "";
$auth["prog"]   = "";
$auth["params"] = "";

I get on my version:

Warning: Failed opening 'auth_.inc' for inclusion
(include_path='.:/usr/share/php') in
/usr/local/httpd/htdocs/mrbs/mrbs_auth.inc on line 5

Fatal error: Call to undefined function: getusername() in
/usr/local/httpd/htdocs/mrbs/edit_entry.php on line 48

This looks similar to your message.
It shows at least if mrbs_auth.inc cannot be read, then you get such an
error.
The line number 48 is increased because of my changes.

Do you have modified the mrbs_auth.inc? Then maybe you check your changes
w.r.t to the original.

Did this help somehow?

> Also, there's no admin, etc stuff at the top of the page...
What do you mean with this?

> -----Original Message-----
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I have problems with the digest you are using. My kmail and other mail
agents
do a sort with respect to the subject line. This was:
[Mrbs-general] How to setup Authentication
Now it is :
Re: [Mrbs-general] RE: Mrbs-general digest, Vol 1 #418 - 1 msg
For the program and for me too it is not clear, that these topics are
related.
So I suggest you use the orginal subject line, when you respond.

And maybe you quote what is really required. I am personally not interested
in such a detailed 'from' message.

Regards
  Hugo

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Phil Lewis | 12 Nov 09:26 2002

RE: Mrbs-general digest, Vol 1 #419 - 2 msgs

I get the following errors when I EDIT a recurring event:
any ideas, pals?  I love mrbs... want it to work...

: <at> )

Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in
/var/www/html/mrbs/edit_entry_handler.php on line 112

Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in
/var/www/html/mrbs/edit_entry_handler.php on line 140

Warning: Cannot add header information - headers already sent by (output
started at /var/www/html/mrbs/edit_entry_handler.php:112) in
/var/www/html/mrbs/edit_entry_handler.php on line 169

Phil

Phil Greer | 12 Nov 13:30 2002

Re: Infernal errors

On 11/11/02 6:15 PM, "Phil Lewis" <phil <at> architectsbcra.com> wrote:

> I got MRBS running today, but I'm getting the following errors when I create
> a series, then Edit the series:
> 
> Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in
> /var/www/html/mrbs/edit_entry_handler.php on line 112
> 
> Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in
> /var/www/html/mrbs/edit_entry_handler.php on line 140
> 
> Warning: Cannot add header information - headers already sent by (output
> started at /var/www/html/mrbs/edit_entry_handler.php:112) in
> /var/www/html/mrbs/edit_entry_handler.php on line 169
> 
> Any ideas?
> 

see this thread

http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?thread_id=1116337&forum_id=5049

Editing problem with a twist

Phil Lewis | 12 Nov 20:31 2002

MRBS Requests

Anyone know anything about changing 24 hour clock to 12 hour clock in MRBS?
My office staff is picky picky picky.  : <at> )

phil


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