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Customized Login Script to Access DirectAdmin

Posted on 2004-04-23
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I currently offer hosting solutions to my clients and want them to easily login to their control panel thru my site's main page. I have a reseller account using DirectAdmin instead of CPanel.

How can I pass data sent thru my customized login to DirectAdmin? I have a basic form that asks for the username and password - now I want this passed to DirectAdmin for validation before the client can access his control panel.
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Question by:r31ne
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CosminB earned 500 total points
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make the action and the fields of the form be the same as the action of the form from DirectAdmin
something like:
<form action="/CMD_LOGIN" method="post" name="form">
<input type=hidden name=referer value="/">
Username: <input type="text" name="username">
Password: <input type=password name=password>
<input type=submit value='Login'>
</form>

you'll have to change "/CMD_LOGIN" to whatever DirectAdmin uses on your server
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by:CosminB
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you can find out the action of the DirectAdmin form by going to the DirectAdmin login page and viewing it's source
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by:r31ne
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CosminB, nothing happened. I mean I used this action:

action="http://my-ip-address:2222/CMD_LOGIN"

and nothing happened. It didn't even processed the form - both in IE and Mozilla.
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by:CosminB
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what do you mean nothing happend??
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by:r31ne
ID: 10899341
My first try: Nothing happened because the </form> tag came before the submit button. That's my fault.

My second try: Got a 404 error.
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by:r31ne
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It's my fault why I got a 404 error in my second try. I forgot the referrer field.

Thanks for the replies, CosminB. It's working perfectly now and I accept your answer.
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by:CosminB
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your welcome
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