archive_me1Add my vote for this tag create new tag
, view all tags

Bug: Change Password does not work on Win2K

Thanks to your work, registering and password do now work on Win2K with Apache. But you can't change or reset your password on Win2K.

I fixed the bin/passwd perl script. See Fix record.

Test case

  • Install TWikiRelease01Sep2001 on the configuration given below
  • Register a user
  • login, everything works fine
  • go to TWiki.ChangePassword and change your password
  • password is still unchanged

Fix record

I had to add some code from bin/register to bin/passwd. There is just no code to handle SHA1-passwords in bin/passwd

The new script is attached to the report.

I have never programmed perl before, so please do not expect clean and bugfree code smile


TWiki version: TWikiRelease01Sep2001
TWiki plugins: Smilies, Toc
Server OS: Win2K Professional Server, German
Web server: Apache 1.3.22 win32
Perl version: Activestate Perl 6.5.1 629
Client OS: Win2K Professional WS, German
Web Browser: IE 6.0

-- SteffenEichenberg - 15 Nov 2001

Thanks for the fixes - your code looks fine to me anyway :)... I've committed this to CVS for the TWikiAlphaRelease. I made one change to use 'require' instead of 'use', so that the conditional code is executed only at run time, avoiding problems on Linux/Unix.

I have also fixed the ChangePassword page here on TWiki.org, which was pointing to MAINWEB, causing the OK button to break.

-- RichardDonkin - 19 Mar 2002

Category: TWikiPatches
Topic attachments
I Attachment History Action Size Date Who Comment
Perl source code filepl passwd.pl r1 manage 7.0 K 2001-11-15 - 14:59 SteffenEichenberg  
Edit | Attach | Watch | Print version | History: r3 < r2 < r1 | Backlinks | Raw View | Raw edit | More topic actions
Topic revision: r3 - 2002-03-19 - RichardDonkin
  • Learn about TWiki  
  • Download TWiki
This site is powered by the TWiki collaboration platform Powered by Perl Hosted by OICcam.com Ideas, requests, problems regarding TWiki? Send feedback. Ask community in the support forum.
Copyright © 1999-2018 by the contributing authors. All material on this collaboration platform is the property of the contributing authors.