Hi again jondaley and thanks for the answer.
I finally decided to face the problem in a different manner. It has more work than the solution you post in the last comment but I think it will work too.
I finally made a new plugin that registers two actions in the public side. This both actions are :
register_new_user (would be doing more or less the same than the adminewuseraction but adding the user with no permissions. This mean that the user can't log in the admin side).
log_public_user is the second action registered by the plugin. This action will just look at the lt_user database to check if the user exists and is correctly loggin in. (more or less like adminlogaction does, that means updating the sessionmanager in a way that $authuser will be true).
Both actions has their view and templates to show the results and hope it work.
What I will do after reading your post is to avoid coding the log_public_user action and do the trick of the admin interface and redirect them to the public side.
One technical final question.
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Request Object ( [_paramsRaw] => [_stripSlashes] => 1 [_props] => Array ( [op] => pub_register [usuari] => aitor [pass1] => lolo [pass2] => lolo [nombre_real] => Aitor Aldomà [email] => firstname.lastname@example.org [bb2_screener_] => 1190387546 127.0.0.1 [LThttp127001grahihtdocsbloglifetype121] => 3jaagsnedeh4o95bjkcs1k5394 ) )
I can't access at the _props array to get the values of the registration form.
$this->_request->getValue("_props"); //this should get the _props array?
Thanks and I will post how this ends. Hope it works.