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* changing local NNTP server credentialsMarco Moock
`* Re: changing local NNTP server credentialsMarco Moock
 `* Re: changing local NNTP server credentialsRetro Guy
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 by: Marco Moock - Wed, 10 Apr 2024 14:32 UTC

Hello!

Where are the credentials for the localuser for the local NNTP server
saved and how can they be changed?
I run the install script by accident and the current PW doesn't work
anymore for the local NNTP server.

--
kind regards
Marco

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 by: Marco Moock - Wed, 10 Apr 2024 14:50 UTC

Am 10.04.2024 schrieb Marco Moock <mm+usenet@dorfdsl.de>:

> Where are the credentials for the localuser for the local NNTP server
> saved and how can they be changed?
> I run the install script by accident and the current PW doesn't work
> anymore for the local NNTP server.

Now the new password works. I dunno what caused the new password to
work after some time.

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 by: Retro Guy - Wed, 10 Apr 2024 14:54 UTC

On Wed, 10 Apr 2024 16:50:24 +0200, Marco Moock wrote:

> Am 10.04.2024 schrieb Marco Moock <mm+usenet@dorfdsl.de>:
>
>> Where are the credentials for the localuser for the local NNTP server
>> saved and how can they be changed?
>> I run the install script by accident and the current PW doesn't work
>> anymore for the local NNTP server.
>
> Now the new password works. I dunno what caused the new password to
> work after some time.

I don't know why, but I missed your original message.

The localuser creds are in the standard user location:
/etc/rslight/users/localuser

When auth is attempted, it should check the timestamp for rslight.inc.php,
and if it's newer than the 'localuser' file, it should re-create the
password hash. This should hopefully not be noticed and work immediately.

Please let me know if you find further issues with it.

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 by: Marco Moock - Wed, 10 Apr 2024 19:10 UTC

On 10.04.2024 um 07:54 Uhr Retro Guy wrote:

> When auth is attempted, it should check the timestamp for
> rslight.inc.php, and if it's newer than the 'localuser' file, it
> should re-create the password hash. This should hopefully not be
> noticed and work immediately.

Does that happen every time the install script is being run?
What happens is the local NNTP server is still running?

Maybe that was the issue.

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kind regards
Marco

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 by: Retro Guy - Wed, 10 Apr 2024 19:45 UTC

On Wed, 10 Apr 2024 21:10:44 +0200, Marco Moock wrote:

> On 10.04.2024 um 07:54 Uhr Retro Guy wrote:
>
>> When auth is attempted, it should check the timestamp for
>> rslight.inc.php, and if it's newer than the 'localuser' file, it
>> should re-create the password hash. This should hopefully not be
>> noticed and work immediately.
>
> Does that happen every time the install script is being run?

It's just checking the timestamp on /etc/rslight/rslight.inc.php. If that
changes, it rewrites the password.

> What happens is the local NNTP server is still running?

It "should" not make a difference.


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