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I am running a apache2 server which hosts a website, as well as svn source repository. Currently, the svn authentication is done with mod_auth_dbd which talks to a MySQL database. Users can log in to their accounts and modify account details (passwords, etc), and use the same login info for svn. I was wondering if it is possible to integrate Bugzilla into this system, so that the login and authentication system stays the same.



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Yes, Bugzilla's authentication is modular. Have a look in Bugzilla/Auth/Verify.

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