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From Zac Stevens <...@cryptocracy.com>
Subject Re: .htaccess on cgi-bin
Date Tue, 09 Jul 2002 02:47:46 GMT
On Mon, Jul 08, 2002 at 03:46:19PM -0400, Doug Groves wrote:
> It's as if Apache isn't even making use of the .htaccess file
> at all, and just executing the CGI.  Of course, the XXXadmin
> CGI checks to see if a valid user/pass was used, and since it
> wasn't, gives the unauthorized error.

I'm only guessing wildly here, but perhaps the auth config is being parsed
such that satisfying the IP requirement is removing the requirement for the
username.

For the sake of argument, you might want to try moving all of the auth
config into your .htaccess (or httpd.conf) and play with it from there.

Not sure if it will get you anywhere, but it's something to try at least!


Zac


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