A few options:

   - Convert the bash script to a Python script.
   - From the bash script, call a Python script just to do the inserts 
   (using PyDAL in the Python script).
   - From the bash script, call a Python script just to calculate the 
   hashed password (using the web2py CRYPT validator), passing the value back 
   to a bash variable.


On Monday, January 22, 2018 at 10:10:07 AM UTC-5, lucas wrote:
> hello one and all,
> I'm creating a bash script that creates the new db with indexes, 
> functions, etc. using Postgresql 9.2 for the DAL to use in web2py 2.16.1.
> as it stands now, the script works great and even creates the tables 
> properly as setup in db.py, etc.
> I would like to insert some users into auth_user under that bash script 
> like:
> #!/bin/bash
> psql db postgres << EOF
> insert into auth_user (first_name, last_name, email, password) values 
> ('Harry', 'Truman', 'htru...@gmail.com', w2p_hash_passwd('dude man'));
> exit 1
> the w2py_hash_passwd is obviously not real, but what would I replace it 
> with so that when harry types in the 'dude man' password, web2py hashes it 
> properly and logs in old harry?
> thank you in advance, lucas

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