Ableton Live 9 Authorization File
authorize files are divided into categories. there are the programs and the content of the programs. the list of programs is not determined by the category you use for the file, but by the one you use for the save button, which includes the save as and save as embedded options. also, the save as option is not available for all categories. in fact, the category is only used for the selected file.
the file authorization settings determine whether or not the save as and save as embedded options are available for a specific category and program. in addition, you can set whether or not a program can be replaced with a replacement program or whether or not you want to take the place of the program. to do so, set the authorization settings for the program.
authorization file will be create and saved into the
the content of the file is a json that will be used to authenticate the session. to manage the file you need to install the authorization plugin. you can do it through the apple menu (at the top right) and select install plugin. you should see the message plugin installed. now you can go back to the plugin manager and activate it.
this plugin will add a menu item called – you should see the following menu items: new authorization file, edit authorization file, delete authorization file.
# live 9 # copyright (c) 2009 volker lanz
[users] # created by auto-auth user1 = h.machinery [groups] # downloaded authorization file authorized = false [hosts] # local host (e.g. your workstation) localhost = h.machinery [ports] # e. 8888, or 8080 port = 8888 # ftp server (e. your ftp server) ftp_server = ftp.server.com # home directory for the ftp server (e. /home/ftp) home_dir = /home/ftp # username for the ftp server (e. anonymous) username = anonymous # password for the ftp server (e. anonymous) password = anonymous # ftp server log file logfile = /var/log/authlog # home directory on the ftp server (e. /home/ftp) home_dir = /home/ftp # ftp server log file (e. /var/log/authlog) logfile = /var/log/authlog # ftp user (e. ftp) ftp_user = anonymous # ftp password (e. anonymous) ftp_password = anonymous [userauthentication] # valid for all hosts auth_type = none # host file for the user hostfile = /home/ftp/.hosts # user name for the user user = anonymous # password for the user password = anonymous # user identification strings (one per line) user_id = # user properties (use '=' as separator) user_prop = uid=0 # host properties (use '=' as separator) host_prop = uid=0
see also authorize.py.