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Giving Public/Anonymous Access...?
Squishdot Posted by Harry on Thursday October 28, 12:11AM, 1999
from the now-what-do-i-do-next dept.
How do I enable public, non-password dependent access to my Squishdot installation?

Got Zope installed (thanks to the RPMs posted).

Got Squishdot installed.

Can access it from my localhost ONLY currently, since I can't seem to figure out how to enable anonymous/public access.

Yeah, I know, pretty silly, but any suggestions are welcome.

Harry

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    Re: Giving Public/Anonymous Access...?
    by Butch Landingin on Thursday October 28, 05:22PM, 1999

    Have you checked your security permissions to Query TinyTable Data, Access contents, Add postings, etc. as pointed out in the documentation (see Step 4 in the Installation Instructions article)?

    -- Butch


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    • Re: Giving Public/Anonymous Access...?
      by Harry on Thursday October 28, 06:08PM, 1999
      I just received a response from Bruce Perens in this regard, and his suggestion mirrored yours:

      ----
      In the security settings of the Squishdot object, you should have anonymous
      enabled for view, access contents information, query tinytable data,
      use database methods.

      You probably need to enable anonymous for view and access contents information
      in the root object.
      ----

      Thanks, Butch and thanks, Bruce.

      Harry

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