[Zope] Re: [Plone-Users] creating a new user in zope not using
michael nt milne
michael.milne at gmail.com
Tue Apr 3 17:24:07 EDT 2007
>I'm not sure I understand the question. This script will generate a file
called "access" -- just place >this file in the file directory root of the
instance you need to access, make sure it has the correct >ownership
settings, and restart the instance.
Hi - Well I have a Zeo instance with a single zope instance within it which
is controlled by the scripts in /bin in the Zeo instance. When I ran the
zpasswd.py from within the zope instance it didn't affect the login for the
On 4/3/07, Ricardo Newbery <newbery at dvgroup.com> wrote:
> At 10:02 PM +0100 4/3/07, michael nt milne wrote:
> On 4/3/07,* Ricardo Newbery* <newbery at dvgroup.com> wrote:
> At 12:45 AM +0100 4/3/07, michael nt milne wrote:
> >I need to create an new user or an emergency user in a Zope instance
> >outside of using ./zopectl adduser. I'm getting a 'resource not
> >available' message for that. Is there another way of creating an
> >emergency user in unix?
> I haven't tried the zopectl method myself but I believe this is
> supposed to create a real user with the Manager role -- this is not
> an "emergency user" as the term is typically used.
> If you mean instead to create an "emergency user", use the zpasswd.py
> utility from the Zope installation.
> python zpasswd.py access
> Read "SECURITY.txt" in your Zope installation for details.
> thanks but how would you do change a pass for a zope instance within the
> main instance using zpaasswd? it seems to control only the main instance
> I'm not sure I understand the question. This script will generate a file
> called "access" -- just place this file in the file directory root of the
> instance you need to access, make sure it has the correct ownership
> settings, and restart the instance.
> Incidentally, I believe you can also just create this file manually. The
> assumption is that if you have access to the file system, you naturally also
> have permission to access the Zope instance.
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