From: Mark Ehle <markehle@ho...> - 2003-09-25 16:59:04
Most of the trouble that I have had with .htaccess files has been due to
file permissions. Actually, most of the trouble I have had with linux in
general has been due to file permissions, but I digress.
When you create them, they are owned by whomever you were logged in as.
Chown them to whatever owner.group your web server runs as and I bet they
>From: Andy Dean <adean@...>
>Subject: [BackupPC-users] .htaccess woes
>Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2003 14:25:01 +0100
>Almost got their :-) Have now sorted out my cgi-bin problem and can now
>view the cgi page. I now need to set up the .htaccess files so as to be
>able to send the username to backuppc script.
>My .htaccess file looks like this :-
>AuthName "BackupPC Auth"
>and my password.file is like this
>These 2 files are located in the cgi-bin folder where the BackupPC_Admin
>script is, but when i goto the webpage i`m not being asked for a password
>and just going straight to the backuppc admin page.
>Can anyone suggest what i need to do/alter to get this working, thankyou!
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