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From "Roger B.A. Klorese" <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Problems with UserDir Directive
Date Wed, 14 Jan 2004 01:29:52 GMT
> In one post people used past tense.
> >Right.  "enabled" is only used to enable specific users *if* 
> a more general
> >"disabled" is found.  Otherwise you don't need it.
> In a different post people used present tense
> >> UserDir myusername ..... is suppose to be......UserDir
> >> enablemyusername
> >
> >Or is that
> >    UserDir enable myusername
> >
> Which is why I was a bit confused. The intent of my post was 
> to ask if you
> were saying the keyword was "enable" instead of "enabled".   

Sorry, it's "enabled" indeed.  I corrected the space you left out and forgot
to add the "d" as well.

> It's my fault
> for not explaining the reason for my post clearly enough.

...but the doc page, of course, showed that too.  :)

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