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Configuration Authentication Installation
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You can authenticate users by id or object by using:

Auth::login($user)

or

Auth::loginUsingId(5)

So you can basically get the right user model from your database on your oauth callback and simply log him in.

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Thank you for your response. But im trying to login the user with specific column name 'authid'. My columns are

id | authid | name | avatar

Thanks!

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$user = User::where('authid', '=', $authId)->first();
Auth::login($user);

That should do the trick.

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Thank you a lot. I will check it later and mark as Solution. Have a nice day.

P.S (and i was thinking of making a new AuthProvider) ;D

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