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Commands whoami2 whoami2 Oct 01, 2011
Commands Normal commands CommandAction /register <password>Register yourself on the server /login <password>Login to the server /logoutLogout from the server /changepassword <oldpassword> <newpassword>Change your password(you have to be logged in) /unregister <password>Unregister from the server Admin commands CommandAction /authme reloadReload the cache /authme register <playername> <password>Register a player /authme changepassword <playername> <newpassword>Change password of a player...
Configuration whoami2 d4rkwarriors Jan 26, 2012
Configuration Sample configuration file for AuthMe 2.0. Please see the thread for AuthMe 0.84. DataSource: # file or mysql backend: mysql # MySQL database name mySQLDatabase: authme # MySQL username mySQLUsername: authme # MySQL password mySQLPassword: '12345' # MySQL host mySQLHost: # MySQL port mySQLPort: '3306' # MySQL table name mySQLTablename: authme # name of the username column in the mysql table mySQLColumnName: username # name of the password column in the mysql table...
Installation whoami2 whoami2 Sep 08, 2011
Installation Download the newest version from here Copy the .jar file into the plugin folder of your server Configure AuthMe to your liking Restart the server
Main whoami2 whoami2 Oct 01, 2011
AuthMe AuthMe prevents people, which aren't logged in, from doing stuff like placing blocks, moving, typing commands or seeing the inventory of the current player. The possibility to set up name spoof protection kicks players with uncommon long or short player names before they could actually join. Login Sessions make it possible that you don't have to login within a given time period. Each command and every setting can be enabled or disabled by a easy structured config file. And if you don't...
Migrate from file backend to MySQL whoami2 whoami2 Oct 01, 2011
Migrate from file backend to MySQL To migrate the content of your auths.db to a MySQL database you can use this script. Save it to a file, edit the variables so that they fit your system and run the script.
Migrate from xAuth to AuthMe whoami2 whoami2 Sep 30, 2011
Migrate from xAuth to AuthMe You can use a tool like MySQL Workbench to exceute all the SQL Queries listed here. The recommended way The recommended way is to create a new database and copy the needed data from the xAuth database. Create a new database for AuthMe with the name "authme". Create this table in that database: CREATE TABLE `authme` ( `id` INTEGER AUTO_INCREMENT, `username` VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL, `password` VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL, `ip` VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL, `lastlogin` BIGINT,...
Permissions whoami2 whoami2 Sep 27, 2011
Permissions Normal commands CommandPermissionDefault /registerauthme.registertrue /loginauthme.logintrue /logoutauthme.logouttrue /changepasswordauthme.changepasswordtrue /unregisterauthme.unregistertrue Admin commands CommandPermissionDefault /authme registerauthme.admin.registerop /authme unregisterauthme.admin.unregisterop /authme reloadauthme.admin.reloadop /authme changepasswordauthme.admin.changepasswordop
Website Integration whoami2 whoami2 Sep 27, 2011
Website integration Hash algorithms AuthMe understands 4 Hash algorithms for encrypting passwords. You can choose in the configuration file which one AuthMe uses for new registered users. MD5 SHA1 Custom SHA256 hash(default) xAuth The custom SHA256 hash is created like this(pseudo code): String salt = randomString(length:16); String encryptedPassword = "$SHA$" + salt + "$" + sha256(sha256(password) + salt); SQL Tables Default table name: authme Default column names: username VARCHAR(255)...
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