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From Carlos Costa Portela <>
Subject Re: About .htaccess
Date Mon, 22 Apr 2002 13:16:14 GMT
On Mon, 22 Apr 2002, Owen Boyle wrote:
> Remember that .htaccess files are not essential for password protection:

	Certainly. Thanks!

> .htaccess is just a method of making certain directives apply to a
> particular directory (including those needed by mod_auth for password
> protection). To make .htaccess work you need to allow it to override the
> directives in httpd.conf - that usually means doing:
> <Directory /path/to/dir>
>   AllowOverride AuthConfig
> </Directory>

	Ok. But is there any way to do that I can create my .htaccess
without insert anything in httpd.conf?. I don't want insert a new
<Directory ...> block for each time I want to protect a directory, or
apply a new directive. Is there any way to achieve this?

	Thanks in advance,
		Carlos. : sea cual sea tu tema... allí está tu sitio!

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