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From "J. Greenlees" <ja...@shaw.ca>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] confused with directory permissions
Date Mon, 02 Dec 2002 03:00:54 GMT
Chris,
mandrake uses httpd.conf,
which includes commonhttpd.conf
httpd-perl.conf ( if installed)
php.conf (if installed)
proxied_handlers.pl
mod_ssl.conf
ssl.default-vhost.conf

but access.conf is not a default file with my installation.
as a matter of fact I don't have an access.conf for apache and my apache 
running just fine.
( be default it not allowing indexes ~g~ )

though I haven't made a lot of customisation to the conf.


Chris Meadors wrote:
> Jordan Thompson wrote:
> 
>> My log says:
>> [Sun Dec  1 16:20:17 2002] [alert] [client 192.168.1.1]
>> /var/www/html/viasat/.htaccess: AuthName not allowed here
>>
>> What does this mean?
>>
>> Here is my .htaccess file:
>> AuthName "ViaSat Downloads"
>>   AuthType Basic
>>   AuthUserFile /var/www/httpd/viasat.users
>>
>>   require valid-user
>>
>> I dug a little more and found my access.conf.  I added the line:
>> AllowOverride AthConfig
> 
> 
> Wait, access.conf?  Where in that file did you add this line (what are 
> the surrounding lines, and especially what directory is it applied to)? 
>  Also do you know for a fact that access.conf is included in the 
> commonhttp.conf or what ever your main .conf file is?
> 



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