Integrating m sqlauth.so with other software

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This page lists settings known to work with m_sqlauth.so for various pieces of well known software. Please note that only the relevent values are listed, database identifiers etc are excluded from the tag on this page. If you manage to get m_sqlauth.so working with another piece of MySQL based software, please feel free to add them to this list.

Invision Power Board 1.x (not 2.x)

Note that if you are using a table prefix, you must put your table prefix on the front of the usertable value.

<sqlauth usertable="members"
         userfield="name"
         passfield="password"
         encryption="md5">

Mediawiki

Note that if you are using a table prefix, you must put your table prefix on the front of the usertable value.

<sqlauth usertable="user"
         userfield="user_name"
         passfield="user_password"
         encryption="md5">

"Bugs" Bugtracker

<sqlauth usertable="userstable"
         userfield="uname"
         passfield="passwd"
         encryption="md5">

phpBB

Read carefully!
Important:  Issues with phpBB
It has come to our attention that the later versions of phpBB are no longer using standard hashing techniques, and are using custom methods. Plus, the configuration below is for 1.1, not the later, more supported versions...



Note that if you are using a table prefix, you must put your table prefix on the front of the usertable value.

<sqlauth usertable="users"
         userfield="username"
         passfield="user_password"
         encryption="md5">


CMS Made Simple

Note that if you are using a different table prefix than the default of cms_, you must change it in the definition below.

<sqlauth usertable="cms_users"
         userfield="username"
         passfield="password"
         encryption="md5">


postNuke

<sqlauth usertable="pn_users"
         userfield="pn_uname"
         passfield="pn_pass"
         encryption="md5">