[Moin-user] Apache2 HTTPS Client Cert: User idenification

Rick Vanderveer rick.vanderveer at gmail.com
Mon Sep 29 15:53:16 EDT 2008

Correct me if I'm wrong here, but I think accessing the wiki via
either https or plain old http is a separate issue from actually
logging in.  Switching to https is merely switching the protocol, but
not providing a login method.  You still need to "log in" somehow.

Assuming since this is a secure site that it's an internal wiki, you
might want to look into some of the auth methods, such as LDAP or
Active Directory.


On Sun, Sep 28, 2008 at 4:33 PM, Denny Schierz <linuxmail at 4lin.net> wrote:
> hi,
> we have apache2 installed and using https clients certs for accessing
> the wiki. Is there a way, to get the username automatically for the edit
> history? So, that we can see, who did the changes?
> cu denny
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