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OpenID 3.0 - no login-button (10 posts)

  1. derLars
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    using the latest openid 3.0 with wordpress-mu 2.6.2 and activated xrds-simple, the openid-plugin doesn't seem to enhance any of my regular forms by an openid-field (login-field still only has "login" and "password"). However, my admin-menus are properly extended by the openid-options.

    Do I have to manually enter the inputfield in the theme-template? What would be the code for that?

    Thanks in advance,
    Lars

  2. Will Norris
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Since the login page is shared by all wpmu blogs, I believe the plugin needs to be installed in the "mu-plugins" folder rather than "plugins". Of course, this forces it on all the blogs, which is not necessarily ideal. For now, I think it'll have to be used that way, but I'll see about fixed that in a future release... that it will enable OpenID on the login form, but individual blogs will have the option of using OpenID on their comment form.

  3. Will Norris
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    on second thought... that may not be the problem. I'm able to get it working, installed in either "plugins" or "mu-plugins".

  4. derLars
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    neither one works for me. From what I understand, the openid/wp-login.php will extend the default wp-login.php by the openid-field, so nothing has to be done. Could you check if I did something wrong?

    (1) copy xrds-simple and openid in wp-content/plugins/
    (2) activate xrds-simple
    (3) activate openid
    (4) enter openid-provider and other stuff

    The status looks like this:

    [INFO] PHP version: 5.2.1
    [INFO] PHP memory limit: 128M
    [INFO] Include Path:
    
        * /var/www/[domain]/wp-admin
        * /usr/share/php5
    
    [INFO] WordPress version: 2.6.2
    [INFO] MySQL version: 5.0.38
    [INFO] WordPress' table prefix: wp_
    [FAIL] Curl Support: This PHP installation does not have support for libcurl. Some functionality, such as fetching https:// URLs, will be missing and performance will slightly impared. See php.net/manual/en/ref.curl.php about enabling libcurl support for PHP.
    [OK] Big Integer support: BCMath is installed (though GMP is preferred).
    [INFO] Plugin Revision: svn-518
    [INFO] Plugin Database Revision: 24426
    [INFO] XRDS-Simple: XRDS-Simple plugin is installed.
    [OK] Overall Plugin Status

    Anything I forgot to do or something? Thanks in advance!

  5. Will Norris
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    there appears to be a problem with the PHP include_path on some hosts, though I can't quite figure out the cause. The short-term solution would be to rename the wp-login.php that is inside the OpenID plugin to something like login.php. You'll then need to update the require_once statement inside openid.php to match whatever the new name of the file is.

  6. resmo
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Fresh openid 3.0 plugin install:

    Same problem here, your workaround didn't work. apache log prints out some error looking like database errors. i am wondering if installation script works proberly. Errors:
    Unknown column 'openid' in 'where clause' for query SELECT comment_ID, comment_post_ID from wp_comments WHERE openid='1' OR comment_type='openid' made by openid_migrate_old_data, referer: http://www.example.com/wp-admin/plugins.php

    hope you find a fix soon. thx

  7. Will Norris
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    @resmo: that's not causing this problem... just means that the data migration has already happened, so it's failing the second time. I need to clean that up so it doesn't cause an error, but it's not actually doing any harm. By the way, are you also using WordPress MU, or single-user WordPress?

  8. CVD1979
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I have that behaviour on single-user WordPress. Upgraded through the automatic upgrade and all of a sudden I was unable to login with my OpenID :(

  9. Will Norris
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    @CVD1979: have you tried renaming the file, like I recommended a few comments back? Did that not work for you? If not, then I'll have to keep investigating what the problem is.

  10. pdelisle
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I have the exact same problem on several of the blogs I run and manage. They are running on VPS boxen running CentosOS 5. They all worked fine with the v2.x series and broke when I upgraded to 3 (which I also did by automatic upgrade in case that's significant in tracking down the bug)

    Anyway your suggestion to rename wp-login.php works like a dream.

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