Fluidd supports JWT authorization through moonrakers authentication endpoints.
If you have a fluiddpi install from version 1.15+, then simply add a new user with Fluidd, after which time you’ll be prompted for authorization.
If you have an older fluiddpi install, add
force_loginsto your moonraker configuration. After restarting moonraker, add a user.
[authorization] force_logins: true
trueand with no users defined - moonraker defaults to your
trueand with one or more users defined - moonraker will ignore your
trusted_clients:setup, and require authorization credentials.
false, moonraker will always rely on your
Under default conditions, a fresh installation would have your client trusted. You can confirm this by noting your currently authenticated user.
Lost your only password? You need to revert to a trusted setup. You can do this by editing your
moonraker.conf and turning