Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of doc/developer/ClosedNetwork

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04/10/09 00:17:45 (12 years ago)
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    77This document will assume the reader understands the normal operation of a Wifidog network and is wanting to apply this configuration to an already operational network. 
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    9 Follow the directions below to make these changes, then access http://wifidogauthserver/manual_adduser.php.  You will add users here.  Everything else will operate normally. 
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    119The original Author, Andrew Hodel can be contacted at andrewhodel _@_ gmail.com. 
     
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    23 ''' First possibility ''' (don't works for me [GuilloOme]): 
     21''' First possibility ''' (don't works for me): 
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    2523Below is a list of files, a list of changes for each file with the reasoning behind it, and a copy of the modified file.  For the time being you can simply copy the files to your installation of Wifidog.  All files are attached. 
     
    2927 * /templates/sites/manual_useradd.tpl - Smarty Template for /manual_useradd.php (*NEW FILE*) 
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     29After make these changes, access http://wifidogauthserver/manual_adduser.php.  You will add users here. 
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    33 ''' Second possibility ''' (my version [GuilloOme]): 
     32''' Second possibility ''' (my version  (globinostudio [on the fabulous system of] gmail.com)): 
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    3534 * Place addUserManually.php into /admin 
     
    4140== Future Work and Goals == 
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    43 ~~The first and most important goal is to either insert authentication code in the manual_useradd script, or move the code into the current user manager.  As it stands right now anyone who can access that file can add a new user~~ '''Problem solved with the second alternative ! ''' 
     42~~The first and most important goal is to either insert authentication code in the manual_useradd script, or move the code into the current user manager.  As it stands right now anyone who can access that file can add a new user~~ [[BR]] 
     43''''' Problem solved with the second alternative ! ''''' 
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    4545Other ideas are floating around but currently there is much work to be done on what we have.  If you have any ideas to add please include them below.