[Backgroundrb-devel] acls in 0.2.0?

skaar skaar at waste.org
Fri Nov 10 17:13:28 EST 2006


yes, sorry about that - I re-added it a little while ago in trunk and it
will be in 0.2.1.

Now effectively you can specify localhost as host, and the backgroundrb
server will not be remotely accessable for now. Hope this helps.

/skaar



* Scott Davies (scottd at gmail.com) [061110 16:06]:
> Hi --
> 
> Just trying to get started with backgroundrb 0.2.0 after having
> glanced at an earlier version and thought "cool, I'll definitely need
> this later."  I notice that the old sample config file has the
> following in it:
> 
> acl:
>   deny: all
>   allow: localhost 127.0.0.1
>   order: deny,allow
> 
> I'm not seeing this in the sample configuration in the current README,
> though, and I'm not seeing any documentation on config files other
> than that one example.  The README mentions "some options are obsolete
> and will just be ignored", so I'm naturally hesitant to assume that if
> I add an acl to the current config file and it doesn't explode then I
> must be protected from external hackers.
> 
> What's the deal with acls in 0.2.0, and is there any documentation for
> config files that I just haven't found yet?
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> -- Scott
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