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=== Database ===
 
=== Database ===
The next variables are defined for each database
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==== dbname ====
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The name of the database
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==== dbhost ====
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The hostname of the server where the database is running.
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==== dbport ====
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The portnumber where to connect to the database
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==== dbuser ====
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The username to use when connecting and authetifcating to the database
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==== dbpasswd ====
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The passwort for [[#dbuser|dbuser]]
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==== dbprefix ====
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A prefix to add in front of each database table.
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This allows you to run different TUTOS instances (with different prefixes) in one database.
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==== dbhome ====
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Oracle users need to give the location of the oracle installation to TUTOS.
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==== dbtype ====
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Type of the database
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1 = [[Postgres]]
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2 = [[MySQL]]
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3 = Oracle
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4 = Postgres 7.1
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5 = MS SQL (beta)
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7 = Interbase
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8 = Oracle OCI connection
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==== cryptpw ====
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Should the database or TUTOS encrypt the passwords of the TUTOS users.
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1 = yes , 0 = no
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==== repository ====
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The location of files stored for the TUTOS instance defined here.
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Please create the directory so that the apache user can access it and is allowed to make subdirectories.
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==== baseurl ====
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This is the url that TUTOS will put into generated links in mails etc. . The URL should point to the top of the installed system like 'http://www.your.org/tutos'
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=== Setup ===
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One time setup variable
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==== sessionpath ====
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Where TUTOS will save the session data. Running on multiple servers/clusters this must be the same for all servers !
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Relative path is not allowed here and might not work with some PHP verisons !
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NOTE: It is recommended to change this to something that
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is not readable by everyone !!
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The Apache Process must have READ/WRITE access on that path
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ATTENTION: On Windows Change this to something your system understands !!!
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Like : $tutos[sessionpath] = "c:\\Temp";
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==== demo ====
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Enable this to run TUTOS in demo mode like http://demo.tutos.de
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This will diable sending mail and will not allow to change user passwords.
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==== debug ====
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debug mode will write ddebug output to the file named in  $tutos[errlog].
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Whenever the debugfile is bigger than 1 Megabyte it will be renamed to  $tutos[errlog].YYYYMMDDHHMM
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It is up to you to delete old debug files.
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Enabling debug will also create a access logfile which will report every page called from TUTOS. The access log file is named $tutos[errlog].log and will also be switche when 1Megabyte size is reached.
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==== currencies ====
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==== timezones ====
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this is a array of timezone names. Those names should be known to the underlying operating system.
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On Linux/Unix it is something like:
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* $tutos[timezones][] = "Europe/London";
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* $tutos[timezones][] = "Europe/Berlin";
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On windows you might add entries like
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* $tutos[timezones][] = "EST5EDT";
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* $tutos[timezones][] = "CST6CDT";
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==== authtype ====
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The authentification type we use
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possible values are
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db
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ldap
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x509
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http
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pam
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auth classes are stored in [tutoshome]/php/auth
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for pam sew $tutos[pamservice] below
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for ldap see $tutos[ldapauth.... below
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for x509 read this:
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Support for X.509v3-Certs (this is alpha)
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make sure this settings in apache-httpd.conf or .htaccess:
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SSLOptions +FakeBasicAuth
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needs openssl-support in php
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in this first version authentification is done by checking .htaccess and FakeBasicAuth in future certs are stored in userdata -> todo<br>
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Default is "db" (authentification in the TUTOS database)
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==== pamservice ====
 
==== pamservice ====

Revision as of 03:46, 13 March 2005

config.php or config.pinc are the global configuration files for TUTOS.

config_default.pinc is a exmaple file that is always read before reading config.p???. So you only have to change things that are different from the defaults and there is no need to copy everything (which will make problems when some usefull defaults are changed). Editing config_default is not a goot idea as it will be overwritten whenever you make an update.

The config files currently reside in [tutoshome]/php/ which is not the best place and may change in the future.


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