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Hi, I Was Wondering If The Users Login Information (Username And Pass) Can Be Taken From The Server Itself, Instead Of Using The Web Login Config File?

Hi, i was wondering if the users login information (username and pass) can be taken from the server itself, instead of using the web login config file?

Posted 3 years ago
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Oh - that's currently not supported, but it's certainly interesting 🙂

Posted 3 years ago

i meant the users from the machine i installed the server on, like in /etc/passwd

Posted 3 years ago

Hi ConvolutedChicken69 , I'm not sure I understand - the user name and password are stored in the apiserver.conf file, in the server itself

Posted 3 years ago
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