Version 1.0.3, creating users via admin-webrt.cgi


#1

Hello,

If when you create a user, you give the user a password with a space in
it, the spaces are unceremoniously ommitted from the password. I think
the world can live with an RT that forbids spaces in passwords, but I
don’t think the world can live with an RT that doesn’t tell you that.

Thanks,

Jon Detert
detertj@msoe.edu


#2

Is it that hte spaces are ommitted or that the password is chopped before the first space?

jesseOn Tue, Jun 27, 2000 at 01:50:41PM -0500, Jonathan Detert wrote:

Hello,

If when you create a user, you give the user a password with a space in
it, the spaces are unceremoniously ommitted from the password. I think
the world can live with an RT that forbids spaces in passwords, but I
don’t think the world can live with an RT that doesn’t tell you that.

Thanks,

Jon Detert
detertj@msoe.edu


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#3

Is it that hte spaces are ommitted or that the password is chopped before the first space?

the spaces are omitted. e.g., I gave a password of “el senor”, and it
actually became “elsenor”.

  • Jon

jesse

Hello,

If when you create a user, you give the user a password with a space in
it, the spaces are unceremoniously ommitted from the password. I think
the world can live with an RT that forbids spaces in passwords, but I
don’t think the world can live with an RT that doesn’t tell you that.

Thanks,

Jon Detert
detertj@msoe.edu


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jesse reed vincent — root@eruditorum.orgjesse@fsck.com
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…realized that the entire structure of the net could be changed to be made
more efficient, elegant, and spontaneously make more money for everyone
involved. It’s a marvelously simple diagram, but this form doesn’t have a way
for me to draw it. It’ll wait. -Adam Hirsch

Happy Landings,

Jon Detert
Unix System Administrator, Milwaukee School of Engineering
1025 N. Broadway, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202