Russ | 1 Nov 04:18 2006

[Trac] Re: NT domain problem

Looks like its the SSPIOmitDomain directive.  I wish there was a similar one for mod_kerb or a way to get
mod_sspi running under linux.

Russ
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-----Original Message-----
From: "Andrew Backer" <awbacker <at> gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2006 14:27:22 
To:"Trac Users" <trac-users <at> googlegroups.com>
Subject: [Trac] Re: NT domain problem


What problem are you having, exactly.  I am running everything on
windows w/ py2.4.  I had some auth issues, as well.

The one I remember (after turning omitdomain on) was issues with
username case.  I had to put this in trac.ini :

ignore_auth_case = true

Also, I was unable to get posting to tickets working (or wiki editing),
but reply-to and the others would work fine.  To get around that I
added sspi stuff to my default location (not the /login one, which has
the same data ) .  Funny enough, it worked just fine in firefox.

This is the block.  I would put this inside your <Location
/trac/projectdatastore> .  It is probably the same info as your other
sspi block, so I think you can just copy that over.

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fishy | 1 Nov 04:47 2006
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[Trac] Upgraded apache and Trac can't get authorized


Hi,

I've configured my trac to authorized use htpasswd file:
 32         <Location /trac>
 33                 SetHandler mod_python
 34                 PythonHandler trac.web.modpython_frontend
 35                 PythonOption TracEnv /home/tracroot/myproj
 36                 PythonOption TracUriRoot /trac
 37         </Location>
 38
 39         <Location /trac/login>
 40                 AuthType Basic
 41                 AuthName "myproj"
 42                 AuthUserFile /home/tracroot/myproj/.htpasswd
 43                 Require valid-user
 44         </Location>
and it works well before. I've upgraded my apache today(debian
testing) and it didn't works anymore. When I visit my /trac/login, it
says:
----
Error

No handler matched request to /error/HTTP_UNAUTHORIZED.html.var
----

I think there's some modules missing in apache, cause this upgrade in
debian disabled many many modules that previous enabled. I've enabled
following modules after upgrading:
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Russ | 1 Nov 04:53 2006

[Trac] Re: Removing old Users

Open up the trac db in SQLite and delete your record from the sessions table.

Russ
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-----Original Message-----
From: vanderkerkoff <mjdavies <at> glam.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2006 07:33:44 
To:trac-users <at> googlegroups.com
Subject: [Trac] Removing old Users



Hello everyone

I've added four users to our trac system using htpasswd and then adding
their permissions via trac-admin, all worked sweet

At some point I must have logged in with my username, which is mjdavies, and
then gone to the settings seciton and added myswlf with a username of matt

Now, there are only 4 usernames in the htpasswd file, four users in the
django-admin bit, but when I create a new ticket and try to assign it to
someone, I can see a user called matt in the list.

How do I remove that username?

It confusing people, and me, and me, twice ;-)

matt/mjdavies
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Noah Kantrowitz | 1 Nov 07:17 2006
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[Trac] PrivateTickets and SelfDelete


A few people have asked about these features in the past, so here you  
go.

PrivateTickets allows setting permissions such that a user can only  
see tickets they reported, own, or are CCed on.

SelfDelete allows letting users delete wiki pages or wiki/ticket  
attachments they created.

Both are available on trac-hacks.org. Enjoy :)

--Noah

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ronch77 | 1 Nov 07:05 2006
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[Trac] Problem with importing modules (gzipfilter)


I have SABnzbd version 0.2.4 installed. I also have Cherrypy version
2.1.1 installed on FC4. The Python version is 2.4.3. FC4 has been fully
yum updated and I keep it up to date. My problem is that when I try to
start SABnzbd (SABnzbd -f SABnzbd.ini) I get the following error:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "./SABnzbd.py", line 44, in ?
from sabnzbd.interface import *
File "/home/ronch/apps/SABnzbd-0.2.4/sabnzbd/interface.py", line 31, in
?
from cherrypy.filters.gzipfilter import GzipFilter
ImportError: No module named filters.gzipfilter

In searching this forum I did find another that had this problem but
the resolution there was to reinstall Cherrypy from the website. I
started from the install from the Cherrypy website and I also
reinstalled Cherrpy again with the same error result.

After I installed all the requirements called for in the read me. I ran
the test programs that were included including the Cherrypy test which
said that the Gzipfilter passed the test. The filters ended up being
installed in /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/cherrypy/lib/filter and
the gzipfilter.[py pyo pyc] files are all there.

I don't know what to do here to fix this. Does anybody have a clue? Is
this a permission problem or maybe ENV variable problem?

Thanks in advance.

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Matt Good | 1 Nov 07:51 2006
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[Trac] Re: Upgraded apache and Trac can't get authorized


fishy wrote:
> and it works well before. I've upgraded my apache today(debian
> testing) and it didn't works anymore. When I visit my /trac/login, it
> says:
> ----
> Error
>
> No handler matched request to /error/HTTP_UNAUTHORIZED.html.var
> ----

See http://trac.edgewall.org/ticket/2371

Basically this happens due to the Apache "ErrorDocument" setting
redirecting you to another page based on the error code.

Either find this line and remove it:
ErrorDocument 401 /error/HTTP_UNAUTHORIZED.html.var

Or override it with:
ErrorDocument 401 default

-- Matt Good

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Noah Kantrowitz | 1 Nov 08:00 2006
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[Trac] Re: Problem with importing modules (gzipfilter)


This list is for the Trac software itself. CherryPy just uses Trac to  
manage their development. Searching their site should show a more  
topical mailing list to try.

--Noah

On Nov 1, 2006, at 1:05 AM, ronch77@... wrote:

>
> I have SABnzbd version 0.2.4 installed. I also have Cherrypy version
> 2.1.1 installed on FC4. The Python version is 2.4.3. FC4 has been  
> fully
> yum updated and I keep it up to date. My problem is that when I try to
> start SABnzbd (SABnzbd -f SABnzbd.ini) I get the following error:
>
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "./SABnzbd.py", line 44, in ?
> from sabnzbd.interface import *
> File "/home/ronch/apps/SABnzbd-0.2.4/sabnzbd/interface.py", line  
> 31, in
> ?
> from cherrypy.filters.gzipfilter import GzipFilter
> ImportError: No module named filters.gzipfilter
>
> In searching this forum I did find another that had this problem but
> the resolution there was to reinstall Cherrypy from the website. I
> started from the install from the Cherrypy website and I also
> reinstalled Cherrpy again with the same error result.
>
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fishy | 1 Nov 08:03 2006
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[Trac] Re: Upgraded apache and Trac can't get authorized


that works, thank you!

On 11/1/06, Matt Good <matt@...> wrote:
>
> fishy wrote:
> > and it works well before. I've upgraded my apache today(debian
> > testing) and it didn't works anymore. When I visit my /trac/login, it
> > says:
> > ----
> > Error
> >
> > No handler matched request to /error/HTTP_UNAUTHORIZED.html.var
> > ----
>
> See http://trac.edgewall.org/ticket/2371
>
> Basically this happens due to the Apache "ErrorDocument" setting
> redirecting you to another page based on the error code.
>
> Either find this line and remove it:
> ErrorDocument 401 /error/HTTP_UNAUTHORIZED.html.var
>
> Or override it with:
> ErrorDocument 401 default
>
> -- Matt Good
>
>
> >
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discuss | 1 Nov 10:09 2006
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[Trac] Add a generic user


Hi everybody,

If I understand it right, Trac keeps a list of users which is based on
who has logged on and registered himself. My problem is that I should
not switch off the authentication mechanism we have in place for Trac,
but I should add a new user (which stands for a whole team and not a
person and thus there is no login authentication for that user).

So my question: is it possible to artificially add a user by directly
adding it to the Trac database? And if yes, where do I have to enter
the data (what tables) so the new user exists (and tickets can be
assigned to it) and the database is still consistent?

Thank you very much for your help!

Best regards,
Christian Braun

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Rosalyn Hatcher | 1 Nov 11:19 2006
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[Trac] Subversion and Trac


Hi,

I'm having trouble getting the 'browse source' functionality to work 
with Trac configured
to use FastCGI and apache2.2.  I get the following error:

/home/nweb/subversion/NMM does not appear to be a Subversion repository.

It is definitely a subversion repository and all works ok through tracd. 

I am using trac 0.9.6 and subversion 1.3.2 on Solaris 9 OS
I have trac configured to use FastCGI and apache 2.2

Is there something special I have to do to get it working through apache?

Any help much appreciated.
Regards,
Ros.

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