I installed pyload on my server, looks good !
Is there a way to set off the authentification system? Or make an auto-authentification with an account given in pyload.conf maybye?
In fact I need an extern auth (mysql or ldap), but pyload doesn't implement anything like this (He should do in a future version, at least LDAP!!!), so, what did I do :
1) Virtual Apache server with LDAP auth : pyload.xxxx.com
2) On the virtual serv, set an HTML page with Iframe, calling pyload at : xxxx.com:8000
3) Config pyload webinterface to only accept local connections, means he'll only accept the iframe connection.
And that runs guys! The only problem is the pyload login page! I want all users loged by apache/ldap use the SAME pyload account : How to set a default account for the web interface and force the auth without any login ask ????
Here (http://pyload.org/configuration) i can see in [webinterface] section :
"username None sets the username to use to authenticate in the webinterface
password webpw sets the password for the webinterface login"
That looks like what i need, but when I change pyload.conf to add those params and restart pyload, they are deleted and the login page still appears...
My pyload.conf webinterface section :
webinterface - "Webinterface":
str template : "Template" = default
bool activated : "Activated" = True
builtin;threaded;fastcgi;lightweight server : "Server" = builtin
ip host : "IP" = 127.0.0.1
bool https : "Use HTTPS" = False
int port : "Port" = 8000
str username : "Username " = Johny
str password : "Password " = BeGood
Of course the account Johny exists and i can log in through the login page.
My pyload version is 0.4.7...
PS : Sry for the experimental english...