[OpenID] Configuration Help?
christopher at pobox.com
Tue Feb 27 03:57:10 UTC 2007
If you've not specifically coded for the missing "www." - you'll
probably find that most of your cookie handling stuff will stop
working too. Having just one dot in a URL confuses a lot of
off-the-shelf cookie code.
Tuesday, February 27, 2007, 7:34:04 AM, you wrote:
RL> I presume there is some kind of auto-redirect in Apache that forces
RL> the 'www.' on the front, as I never type it in anywhere.
RL> Bit of a usability issue...
RL> Perhaps it is possible to generate 2 (or more) keys on the backend?
RL> I pretty much just blindly followed instructions to generate the key
RL> and crammed it into a PHP script variable, so I suspect a full-blown
RL> OpenID server already has this. I'll take it up with the PHP
RL> developer or hack it in myself.
RL> Interesting stuff.
RL> I might even set up an OpenID server tying Artist Profiles on my music
RL> venue site to give them another "identity"
RL> On Sun, February 25, 2007 11:04 pm, Tan, William wrote:
>> Your identity URL is:
>> and NOT:
>> If you change the openid.delegate value on http://l-i-e.com/ to the
>> former, it should work.
>> Richard Lynch wrote:
>>> I've set up my own openID server with phpMyID:
>>> I can authenticate using:
>>> as my openID
>>> However, the HEAD LINK tags don't seem to work, as I can't just use:
>>> I tried tacking on 'index.htm' in the LINK tags, to no effect.
>>> Turning on the error log yielded:
>>> Run mode: checkid_setup at: 1172457911
>>> Request params
>>> [openid_assoc_handle] => 580c1b72c2ebac0810a807d8254b736d
>>> [openid_identity] => http://l-i-e.com/phpmyid/index.htm
>>> [openid_mode] => checkid_setup
>>> [openid_return_to] =>
>>> [openid_trust_root] => http://httphandbook.org/
>>> [phpMyID_Server] => d9a445e20eed54398a593627be5e75f8
>>> [SQMSESSID] => 452c3216358972c5155d9d7f8353d15a
>>> checkid : 1
>>> Started user session: d9a445e20eed54398a593627be5e75f8 Auth?
>>> Location keys
>>> [openid.mode] => error
>>> [openid.error] => Invalid identity:
>>> Any ideas what I've done wrong?
>>> Or is this a phpMyID-specific issue?
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