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Re: anyone using a password manager

From: Dick Davies <rasputnik_at_hellooperator.net>
Date: 2005-04-14 21:59:10 CEST

* Glen <glenlist@model3.net> [0452 20:52]:
> Hi All,
> Is anyone actively using a tool to let subversion users manage their
> passwords? I am using apache htpasswd files to manage 30 users access
> to 10 repositories. Wondering if anyone is using/has developped a tool
> to let users do things like change their own passwords via a web
> interface and/or provide nice tools for an admin to manage those users
> and repositories...
> Something akin to a subversion control panel...

You might have more luck googling for cgis to update htpasswd in this
> I have done some google searching and in addition wanted to see what
> people on the list were having success with...

Personally I use ldap auth for most things on the network, so there's a
single password for everything. One cgi does them all.

Others might suggest an sql based solution, depends what you're using
already I suppose.

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		-- Pete Bentley
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