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|Version||0.1.12 last updated 2 months ago|
|Keywords||oauth, oauth.io, oauthd, daemon|
|Dependencies (6)||redis, restify, async, request, restify-oauth2-oauthd, ua-parser-js|
The Oauth Daemon is the open source version of the OAuth.io core. This is a background api server that runs on your own server that allow your clients to authenticate to any 70+ available OAuth provider.
- A working redis database >= v2.4, check Redis quickstart for a properly installation
- nodejs >= v0.8.2
- npm >= v1.1
- needed packages for npm dependencies: python curl bash
Run the redis server if it's not running yet.
(sudo) npm install -g forever oauthd oauthd config oauthd start
You can use
oauthd [start|stop|status|startsync|config] to manage your daemon.
(sudo) npm install -g coffee-script grunt-cli forever git clone git://github.com/oauth-io/oauthd.git
In the cloned project dir, issue:
npm will install dependencies listed in
package.json and compile coffee files.
If you have a problem during
npm install you may want to restart the compilation step by doing:
To start or stop oauthd, just use
npm [start|stop] in the oauthd folder.
If you want to start oauthd in debug mode, you can also use
This will launch nodemon and watch/recompile modified files.
Using OAuth daemon
You may configure config.js in oauthd folder, to configure your ports, connection with redis, enable ssl etc. You can also write a config.local.js file that will overwrite existing fields of config.js.
By default, you can access it by http://localhost:6284/admin.
Then the admin interface is available to your url / port set into config.js, at /admin.
The first time you connect, the given login & pass will be registered as the admin user. If you lose it, you can reset the login with
node ./tools/login_reset.js in the oauthd folder.
Then you can include the generated js sdk from oauthd to use it on your sites. By example for a local test:
Contributing & Licenses
If you want to contribute to this project, you can directly make pull requests to our Github repository that we regulary check.
Copyright (C) 2013 Webshell SAS
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or any later version.
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