Logging in as root with $WebExternalAuth defined

I have defined $WebExternalAuth (and $WebFallbackToInternalAuth)
in order to use our apache authentication, works fine but how do
I override it to get a login screen so I can login as root?

Ray Horne
Linux Systems Manager
Cambridge University Library

I have defined $WebExternalAuth (and $WebFallbackToInternalAuth)
in order to use our apache authentication, works fine but how do
I override it to get a login screen so I can login as root?

I’m just looking at this here, following on from the ExternalAuth question
of a day or so ago.

I’m actually looking at running up a seperate admin interface that points
at the same backend so that all our users can CAS-authenticate. That seems
to be the line of least resistance.

jan grant, ISYS, University of Bristol. http://www.bris.ac.uk/
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