[pubcookie-users] Re: configuration error: couldn't check access.
No groups file?
Sacha Michel Mallais
sacha at global-village.net
Mon Apr 2 14:29:50 PDT 2007
On Apr 2, 2007, at 1:35 PM, Jim Fox wrote:
>> [Mon Apr 2 12:23:39 2007] [debug] mod_pubcookie.c(1752): [client
>> 192.168.9.12] .. user_hook exit: user 't-9sacha', type 'CNetID'
>> [Mon Apr 2 12:23:39 2007] [debug] mod_spnego_apple.c(499):
>> [client 192.168.9.12] mod_spnego_apple: Declining non-negotiate
>> [Mon Apr 2 12:23:39 2007] [debug] mod_digest_apple.c(588):
>> [client 192.168.9.12] mod_digest_apple: Declining non-digest
>> [Mon Apr 2 12:23:39 2007] [debug] mod_auth_apple.c(376): [client
>> 192.168.9.12] mod_auth_apple: Declining non-basic auth_type
>> [Mon Apr 2 12:23:39 2007] [crit] [client 192.168.9.12]
>> configuration error: couldn't check access. No groups file?: /
> Pubcookie's last line indicates it authenticated you.
> However, pubcookie doesn't do the authz part. It leaves
> that for another of the auth modules, usually mod_auth.
> It seems none of your mod_auth_xxx are willing to help.
> Can you put the default mod_auth in there somewhere?
I swear I tried that, but maybe the order was wrong... in any case,
that appears to have worked!
I simply added mod_auth after mod_auth_apple:
LoadModule apple_auth_module libexec/httpd/mod_auth_apple.so
LoadModule auth_module libexec/httpd/mod_auth.so
Thanks again Jim,
Sacha Michel Mallais Software Poet
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