[isf-wifidog] install.php hang?
sgrlogs at gmail.com
Ven 13 Oct 19:37:54 EDT 2006
ok. Follow what Benoit said and make sure you edit the right file. I had
this problem where in FC5 pg_hba.conf are located in three places. One in
/usr/share/pgsql second one in /usr/local/pgsql and another one in
/var/lib/pgsql/data. When I googled this problem, it turns out that you
should edit pg_hba.conf from /usr/share/pgsql or /usr/local/pgsql and
execute following command.
This will copy the edited file to /var/lib/pgsql/data directory where the
pgsql service reads it from. You should try this first. If this does not
work, edit pg_hba.conf from /var/lib/pgsql/data directory. I am not sure if
there is any security risk with editing from there. you should edit what
Benoit said and leave rest of the settings alone. I think having md5
encryption even on local network is good practice. I hope this works.
On 10/13/06, Benoit Gregoire <bock at step.polymtl.ca> wrote:
> On Wednesday 11 October 2006 00:39, listserv.traffic at sloop.net wrote:
> > Finally, I've edited the pg_hba.conf file, and all connections from
> > 127.0.0.0 (localhost) are trusted, thus we shouldn't need a password.
> That's not what the following snipplet from pg_hba says.
> > ---
> > # "local" is for Unix domain socket connections only
> > #local all all ident sameuser
> > local all all trust
> > ---
> > (Doesn't seem to matter though - either way I get the same error - no
> > matter if "trust" or "ident sameuser")
> > Am I missing something?
> Clearly your pg_hba.conf is still doesn't match your config. Just put
> host wifidog wifidog 127.0.0.1/32 md5
> local wifidog wifidog md5
> and leave the rest default. That way the wifidog user will always use
> encrypted password authentication.
> It's probably the simplest way without learning the postgress security
> (which you really should).
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