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Old 05-08-2004, 01:02 PM   #1
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Default Can't add ips and groups when creating new user with php

The topic basically says it all..
When creating a new user using the php extension, the 'ips' line of the userfile doesn't get written, and the 'groups' line always just contains 'groups' (instead of 'groups 0 1 101' or whatever).
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Old 05-08-2004, 04:42 PM   #2
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Add the lines yourself? This is what i used to copy an existing 'template' user:

(It sets the IP-list for the new user to the IP of the browser client.)

PHP Code:
...

$template_uid 101;

...

// create new user
$new_uid io_user_create($_POST["username"]);

// ... check for errors ($new_uid < 0) ...

// read data
$userfile io_user_open($template_uid);
$contents io_user_print($userfile);
io_user_close($userfile);

// initialise new lines; windows uses \r\n for newline
$passline "password ".io_sha1($_POST["password"])."\r";
$ipline   "ips *@".$_SERVER["REMOTE_ADDR"]."\r";
$tagline  "tagline ".$_POST["tagline"]."\r";

// replace/add lines
$lines explode("\n"$contents);
$size count($lines);
for(
$i=0$i $size$i++)
{
    if     (
strtolower(substr($lines[$i],0,9)) == "password ")  { $lines[$i] = $passline$passline ""; }
    elseif (
strtolower(substr($lines[$i],0,4)) == "ips ")       { $lines[$i] = $ipline;   $ipline   ""; }
    elseif (
strtolower(substr($lines[$i],0,8)) == "tagline ")   { $lines[$i] = $tagline;  $tagline  ""; }
}
$contents  implode("\n"$lines);
if (
strlen($passline)>0$contents .= $passline."\n";   // incase there was no such line yet.
if (strlen($ipline)  >0$contents .= $ipline  ."\n";   // ..
if (strlen($tagline) >0$contents .= $tagline ."\n";   // ..

// write data
$userfile io_user_open($new_uid);
io_user_lock($userfile);
io_user_save($userfile$contents);
io_user_unlock($userfile);
io_user_close($userfile); 
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Old 05-09-2004, 06:55 AM   #3
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Forget about the ips thingy, it was a mistake by me, but i still can't add groups to the userfile.. I'm using this code:
PHP Code:
<?php

$uid 
io_user_create($_POST["username"]);

if (
$uid >= 0)
{
  
$uhandle io_user_open($uid);
  
io_user_lock($uhandle);
  
$userfile explode("\n"io_user_print($uhandle));
  
$userfile[2] = "tagline " $_POST["tagline"];
  
$userfile[4] = "password " io_sha1($_POST["password"]);
  
$userfile[8] = "groups " $_POST["group"];  // this one isn't working
  
$userfile[9] = "flags " $_POST["flags"];
  
$userfile implode("\n"$userfile);
  
io_user_save($uhandle$userfile);
  
io_user_unlock($uhandle);
}

?>
Everything works, except for the $userfile[8] line..
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Old 05-09-2004, 07:09 AM   #4
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i don't think u can assume the "groups ..." line will always be at index 8

and i don't open the same userfile twice:
- open the template userfile, read all data, close template userfile (uid = 101)
- modify that data, write it to the new userfile (uid = 102 or 103 or ...)
(but i do re-use the $userfile variable for both files)
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Old 05-09-2004, 07:14 AM   #5
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I think you can assume it's at line 8, cause I'm creating a new user, not editing one.

And I noticed about the userfile opening when I was re-reading your code.. I think I was editing my message when you were writing yours
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