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From "Boyle Owen" <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] RE: Apache 1.3.9 - HPUX
Date Fri, 02 Apr 2004 07:08:10 GMT
plain text please...

Excuse me, but I *did* reply on the dev list before I realised you had
posted it to "dev" and not "users"

Anyway, if no-one answers your question it's not because you are being
ignored, it's simply that no-one knows the answer! Your probem is very
weird and is restricted to HP-UX so it's not suprising you haven't had
many replies. If you can make a password file on Tru64 or whatever, and
it works, why not do that as a workaround? In any case, as I mentioned
in the first reply, 1.3.9 is a really ancient version of apache and you
would be well-advised to upgrade.

Owen Boyle
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-----Original Message-----
From: Guntupalli, Santhi []
Sent: Freitag, 2. April 2004 06:58
To: ''
Subject: [users@httpd] RE: Apache 1.3.9 - HPUX

        I have not got any pointers for my problem. I have posted this
query on for "" but got reply as post it in
"". please can anybody suggest any solution.
Thanks & REgards, 
- Santhi 

 -----Original Message----- 
From:   Guntupalli, Santhi  
Sent:   Wednesday, March 31, 2004 6:54 PM 
To:     '' 
Subject:        Apache 1.3.9 - HPUX 
        I am using Apache 1.3.9  on HPUX 11.11 PA-RISC for our
application. I have built Apache successfully  using "gcc" and
        I have seen one problem in accessing web pages. 
        Before htpasswd utility used to give error while creating
password file, this is bug, so i have got fix for this and applied.
        I generate password file using "htpasswd" using 
        "htpasswd -c test.passwd tester1" 
        The password file is getting generated, when i try to login into
apache using this username/password name "tester1", i am getting error
        401 authentication fails. 
        I have tried with other options also like "-s" and also "-m".
but no use same problem. 
        This problem i have seen only on HPUX, because we use apache of
same version on Tru64  Unix and windows. I did not face this
authentication problem.
        For testing purpose i  have generated password file using
"htpasswd" on Tru64 unix and copied the same thing to HPUX.
        Then login works. Is there any problem on apache 1.3.9 with
htpasswd. I have tried with other versions of apache 1.3.3 and apache
1.3.27 but same problem.
        But  i have to use htpasswd utility for my application. 
        Anybody has faced this type of problem and  any  solution for
this. Please help me out. 
Any help is highly appreciated. 
Thanks & Regards, 
- Santhi 
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