[pubcookie-users] Login server works, mod_pubcookie is having
mxe20 at psu.edu
Tue Feb 25 09:01:19 PST 2003
Actually Jeff was right on with the cookie domain problem. Our
mod_pubcookie server had enterprise_domain misspelled so it defaulted to
That was fixed, but now after logging in it seems that the user is
redirected back to the protected site, then directed back again to the
login server, which bombs out with an "internal server error" (premature
end of headers in error_log)
I'm working on getting all this log data together to post to the list.
(probably later today). As to your last question, we are running this on
Redhat 7.3 and using the RPMs provided for apache and openssl.
Also, if it will help, my config file on the login server looks like this:
Nathan Dors wrote:
>This has all the signs of the problem others,
>including myself, have been having with mod_pubcookie.
>Please turn on "LogLevel: debug" in your httpd.conf
>and see what error_log messages you're getting.
>Also, was Apache compiled with the same version of
>openssl as Apache?
>On Tue, 25 Feb 2003, Mark Allen Earnest wrote:
>>We have our Pubcookie login server working, but we seem to be having
>>some kind of problem with mod_pubcookie. When someone tries to hit our
>>protected webpage, they are redirected to the login server correctly,
>>and they can log in (basic_verifier: alwaystrue). However they are then
>>sent to the status page on the login server. Any further attempt to go
>>to the protected site sends them right back to this status page (which
>>tells them who they are and how long they will be logged in).
>>We have the .htaccess file and pubcookie config file set up on the
>>webserver according to the install document, so I am not sure what we
>>are doing wrong. Any ideas?
>>If anyone wants to try, it is at
>>pubcookie-users mailing list
>>pubcookie-users at u.washington.edu
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