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Mod Version: 1.00, by Modshack (Member) Modshack is offline
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vB Version: 2.2.x Rating: (0 vote - 0 average) Installs: 59
Released: 01 Feb 2002 Last Update: Never Downloads: 137
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This works on ALL VB version

This was created by an Admin (CyberGaf) on my site for the simple reason we wanted to make non vbull pages passworded and available only to members.

The full install details are in the zip file and TBH if you cant get this up and running its time to give up.

This can also be used on html pages I am told but have not tried it.

You can even set which user groups are allowed to view the page.

# Vbulletin GROUP ID's
# default setting = Admin & Super Moderators
#
# 1 Unregistered / Not Logged In
# 2 Registered
# 3 Users Awaiting Email Confirmation
# 4 (COPPA) Users Awaiting Moderation
# 5 Super Moderators
# 6 Administrator
# 7 Moderators
# 8 Banned
# 9 Moderated
# 10 Gold Member
# 11 Platinum Member

Please note the above usergroups are for our forums and therefor will not be available on your forum.

Or by changing usergroupid = '5') to userid ='users id') you can set the script to allow only specific users to view the pages.

This is not so much a hack but a handy little addon and it DOES work.

HM

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Old 01 Feb 2002, 19:27
Lionel Lionel is offline
 
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well

the way that I get my non vb pages setup, it presents them with vb login box, and in some cases, like for my chat located on a diferent server, redirect them to the attempted page after login.
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Old 19 Feb 2002, 16:59
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Lesane Lesane is offline
 
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Thanks 'Modshack' (a little late though )
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Old 26 Feb 2002, 23:20
Raptor Raptor is offline
 
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HM - long time no see
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Old 27 Feb 2002, 22:45
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Modshack Modshack is offline
 
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Hi Paul,

I trust all is well and all my best for the future bud

HM
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Old 28 Feb 2002, 19:18
Raptor Raptor is offline
 
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you know me - i'll bounce back

take care
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Old 28 Feb 2002, 21:22
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this is perfict for the Modlog hack
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Old 11 Mar 2002, 10:28
SaintDog SaintDog is offline
 
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Location: Tennessee
Real name: Jonathan
Thanks for the great addon. It works great for my website, it made things easier for me, now only members can obtain the graphics instead of the entire internet (just the way I wanted it, ).

Thanks again,

SaintDog
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Old 14 Mar 2002, 07:24
syion syion is offline
 
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Heed some Help with this Addon

I am in dire need of a hack/add-on to integrate my website user login with the VB login.

I tried this script but did not have any luck. I am new to PHP but am learning fast. Need a little help - Please

SYSTEM=Windows 2000 server IIS 5.0
VB= Version 2.2.1

I modified the script and placed it on the server.

I can call up the authvb.php file as well as the test.php file that requests authvb.php

When the scripts are called up I get a "Authorization required - clear off stupid" message.

I have entered the correct variables for mysql.

Do I have to run this on Apache ?

Do I have to make any changes to mysql ?

any help would be great !

Also if I can not get this to work are there any other scripts that do the same thing ?

Thanks everyone !
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Old 15 Mar 2002, 21:19
Mobile Mobile is offline
 
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htaccess don't work on windows m8, u need unix/linux
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Old 15 Mar 2002, 21:20
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The Realist The Realist is offline
 
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HM (Modshack) & Raptor.......

You guys get about a bit.

L8tr M8's

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Old 15 Mar 2002, 21:44
Frank Frank is offline
 
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Originally posted by Mobile
htaccess don't work on windows m8, u need unix/linux
I didn't realise it required .htaccess support
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Old 18 Mar 2002, 21:41
syion syion is offline
 
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Setup Help required (using unix and appache server)

Okay I have moved the site to an apache server from the IIS and am trying to configure the authvb.php file correctly. I have tried it and am getting this error.

Warning: Cannot add header information - headers already sent by (output started at /u/home/wd-vfdbl/public_WWW/login.php:1) in /u/home/wd-vfdbl/public_WWW/dev/security/authvb.php on line 98

Warning: Cannot add header information - headers already sent by (output started at /u/home/wd-vfdbl/public_WWW/login.php:1) in /u/home/wd-vfdbl/public_WWW/dev/security/authvb.php on line 99

Authorization Required - clear off Stoopid!

I am not sure about a few things and if some one can help me I would really appreciate it. Thanks.

1) <?php require('./authvb.php'); ?>

should the ./authvb.php be the absolute path ?

2) Remember to edit which groups have access + can change 'usergroupid'
to 'userid' and make access per user instead of per group.

Where do I make these changes ? Is it in mysql or somewhere else ?

3) I tried to run the script and I got these errors

Last edited by syion; 18 Mar 2002 at 22:15.
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Old 18 Mar 2002, 21:45
SaintDog SaintDog is offline
 
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Location: Tennessee
Real name: Jonathan
Read the above posts, you need to have Linux/Unix and .htaccess support. It will not run on Windows/IIS servers that I am aware of, another person had this trouble earlier.

SaintDog
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Old 18 Mar 2002, 21:46
syion syion is offline
 
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What abbout .htacces

Do have to configure an .htaccess file as well ?
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