PLEASE don't cross-post. See my answer to the same question you posted here:
I read the doc about external authentication but I'm not sure to
understand all of it (I'm a newbie).
I would like to use both capacities of NIS :
- the use of Linux login and password for access to Galaxy
- and exploit the system user accounts to the
restricted access on file/directory.Importing data would only be
possible for an authorized Linux user. Same thing for running tools on data.
I found this old post https://biostar.usegalaxy.org/p/554/
about what I intend to do, but is it possible now ?
Will it change the way Galaxy stores the output of a tool ?
For now my Galaxy instance stores the output in database/files/ in a new
directory and probably use the job id to name it.
With this authentication will Galaxy create a directory with the user's
name and then a subdirectory for each tool output ?
Thank you in advance,
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