Description of Problem:
The Bugzilla login mechanism doesn't work through a Squid web-proxy (and
possibly others). Tested with IE 5.5, NS 4.77, KDE 2.1.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Set the web browser to use the proxy.
2. Login in to bugzilla.
3. Go to a new bugzilla page.
Bugzilla says "Not logged in, please log in"
Login should be remembered.
The option of bypassing the proxy is not available at most security
It works for me.
Is your proxy set to squash cookies?
I don't think so. I'm prompted if I want to accept cookies while viewing
several sites. However, I'm not prompted when logging in to bugzilla, so I
expect that the problem somehow is related to cookie handling.
By the way, is there a reason for using cookies instead of WWW-Authenticate?
WWW-Authenticate uses a directory based form of authentification and also uses a
file for password/username pairs. Bugzilla uses a complex database structure for
more efficient forms, of authentification are being worked on.
Junkbuster was eating my bugzilla cookies - added redhat.com to
/etc/junkbuster/cookiefile and things are better.
Running standard Enigma junkbuster and squid RPMS with junkbuster forwarding
Can this really be proxy related? Surely https doesn't go via proxy?
At any rate, I experience the "login not remembered" problem if I
access using netscape 6, but not if I access using lynx, whether or not I
enable proxies in netscape or lynx. (fails either way with netscape, works
both ways with lynx).
Netscape is set to allow cookies, and if I get it to prompt, I get told that
the site wants to modify an existing cookie (twice) so it must have
Red Hat's current Bugzilla version is 2.18. I am moving all older open bugs to
this version. Any bugs against the older versions will need to be verified that
they are still bugs. This will help me also to sort them better.
Setting configuration problem. Works for me from many different locations.