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Now I'm working on a newly built Solaris 8 box with Apache 1.3.20. I didn't build it, but it all looks "in order." However, it seems to be ignoring anything in .htaccess. I'm trying to set up a password for a directory, and cgi-bin access. (An application we have is entirely cgi...no external files except some graphics and a style sheet) No errors, but I don't really expect any, it's simply ignoring .htaccess.
Any enlightenment? Anything else I could post that could be helpful?
Yeah, permissions on .htaccess and .htpasswd are set to read.
Here's what I've tried. I set the AllowOverride to AuthConfig.
.htaccess looks like:
AuthName "App Name"
The .htaccess file looks OK to me.
> Here's what I've tried. I set the AllowOverride to AuthConfig.
Did you restart Apache? When changes are made to httpd.conf srm.conf or access.conf Apache normally needs to be restarted for the changes to become effective.
Also check that AuthConfig was added to AllowOverride in the correct
In many Apache setups there can be several <Directory> directives, including a separate one for cgi-bin
There is a seperate directory setting for .htaccess files which is probably not the same as your webdocument directory. Check this out. I do not have my laptop with Apache with me at the moment so I can't check it out.
If you can't find this setting, reply and I'll take a look this evening.