On Aug 24, 2012, at 8:11 AM, Laure wrote:
> Hi galaxy users,
> I configured galaxy with external ldap authentification using apache proxy,
> so my galaxy users are automatically created in galaxy database.
> When I want to configure proftpd to work with galaxy as it is mentionned in
> galaxy wiki, authentification fails on the ftp because registered password in
> galaxy_user table mismatchs ldap user password encrypted in SHA1. It seems to
> be a randomly created password.
> If I manually translate the ldap password to SHA1, and modify it in
> galaxy_user table, ftp login works correctly.
> I wonder how passwords are inserted in galaxy database when users are
> automatically created ? Is there a way to go through this ?
Since your Galaxy instance authenticates users via LDAP, your ProFTPD server
should be configured to do the same. See ProFTPD's mod_ldap for details.
> Thanks, Laure
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