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sakimura
Re: openid module
  • 2008/2/11 17:18

  • sakimura

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  • Posts: 19

  • Since: 2002/7/7 8


Well, I have not been reading this forum for many years and I just now realized that there were some interest in OpenID module.

Here you are: http://www.sakimura.org/modules/mydownloads/visit.php?cid=1&lid=8

OpenID Module enables users to login to XOOPS and XOOPS Cube sites with their OpenID.
Once successfully authenticated to an OpenID Provider such as Yahoo!, AOL etc., users are asked whether s/he has an existing account at the site to link the OpenID to that account or create a new one.
Supports OpenID 2.0 and thus, XRDS, XRI, etc. Also, it supports sreg so if the OpenID Provider supports it, it can populate the XOOPS users table as well.
Tested against Yahoo!, Linksafe, 2idi.
OpenID RP Module for XOOPS JP.
==============================
Author: Nat Sakimura (=nat)
Date: 2008-02-10
Copyright: Nat Sakimura (=nat)
License: GPL
Version: 0.2
PHP OpenID Library: php-openid-2.0.0

DOWNLOAD
========

http://www.sakimura.org/modules/mydownloads/visit.php?cid=1&lid=8

INSTALL
=======

1. Unarchive the files under modules/ directory.
2. Define XOOPS_TRUST_PATH somewhere out of the web accessible path
in mainfile.php
3. Create a foloder "_php_consumer" under XOOPS_TRUST_PATH and
change the permission so that it will be writable by the web server.
4. Install the module like other modules.
(For XoopsCube, install the block as well.)
5. Give access permission to guest group for this module.
6. Install block for all the modules.

DEMO
====
You can see a demo at http://www.sakimura.org/en/

TODOs
=====

1. Create Admin Panel for easy maintenance of the OpenIDs.
2. Make 5 and 6 above automagic.
3. Clean up the code
4. Replace Dummy Admin screens to real ones.
5. Test on PHP 4.x. It has been only tested on PHP 5.2
? Let me know if someone try on 4.x.
6. Make sreg parameters specifiable through admin screen.
7. sreg policy.
8. PAPE
9. At account linking, if he enters a wrong password, he has to start over...
This needs to be fixed.



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sakimura
Re: HTTP Upload of a file to mydownload by a user
  • 2003/10/22 2:26

  • sakimura

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  • Since: 2002/7/7 8


Quote:

robekras wrote:
Download->General Settings: Allow user uploads?

But this is true only for Version 1.1


Hmmm. I think I have ver.1.1.

$modversion['name'] = _MI_MYDOWNLOADS_NAME;
$modversion['version'] = 1.10;

I wounder....



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sakimura
Re: HTTP Upload of a file to mydownload by a user
  • 2003/10/21 1:52

  • sakimura

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  • Posts: 19

  • Since: 2002/7/7 8


Quote:

jusui wrote:
in the module properties in the admin panel, there is a tiny checkbox for allow user upload. make sure its checked,


Could you kindly explain it in more detail, please?
In Admin panel, I clicked Download -> General Settings, and I see no checkbox there.



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sakimura
Re: HTTP Upload of a file to mydownload by a user
  • 2003/10/20 18:23

  • sakimura

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  • Posts: 19

  • Since: 2002/7/7 8


Thanks. I have installed them.

Looks like admin can upload. Does not look like users can, however. Am I missing something?

Nat



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sakimura
HTTP Upload of a file to mydownload by a user
  • 2003/10/20 9:15

  • sakimura

  • Just popping in

  • Posts: 19

  • Since: 2002/7/7 8


Hi.

Sorry for a newbie question.
How can I let my users to upload files via HTTP to the download section?

Regards,

Nat




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