How can I use existing LDAP groups to authorise users in Kallithea?
toddlmorgan at gmail.com
Thu May 7 09:07:34 EDT 2015
I'm happy to share my configuration once I get it up and running (not quite
there yet) and document it appropriately using your existing process :- )
I will investigate both the APIs and the patch tomorrow.
On Thu, May 7, 2015 at 10:49 PM, Mads Kiilerich <mads at kiilerich.com> wrote:
> On 05/07/2015 02:35 PM, Todd Morgan wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> I managed to get my Kallithea authenticating nicely using LDAP (a
>> small typo in the LDAP Search filter was the cause).
> You can perhaps contribute some debugging hints to the documentation.
> can authenticate my users AOK now (getting the default anonymous level
>> of access) but now I need to lock it down appropriately using group access
>> definitions. I couldn't find a means of using the existing group
>> memberships (LDAP) as a means of configuring access to Kallithea's
>> I have approximately 100 repositories and 00's of users so manually
>> configuring permissions for access is not an option.
>> Am I missing something obvious? I couldn't see how to configure the
>> system to get groups from an external source an into Kallithea?
>> After a bit of searching I did find this
>> which appears to suggest LDAP groups were explicitly not included.
>> Are there any other options other than this available?
> I would suggest looking into using scripting and the API to add/remove
> members from some of your groups based on your LDAP data. That will give
> you full control.
> I would prefer not to have to "customise" a brand new installation with
>> unapproved (yet??) code.
> It could quickly get upstreamed ...
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