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From dE <de.tec...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] authorization (beginner)
Date Tue, 14 Oct 2014 15:37:59 GMT
On 10/14/14 01:29, Patton, Billy wrote:
> I’m upgrading an app and have copied it from a production server to my macbook pro.
> On the production server when going to the site, it requires a login.
> On my mac It doesn’t and it also doesn’t get very far because it has no user in the
system.
> Here’s the possibilities that I can conceive of
> 1. no password directory
> 2. something missing from the httpd.conf file telling it that this sites requires authorization.
> 3. reaching the app by going to localhost/thing.cgi instead of http:://some/thing.cgi
> 4. all of the above.
>
> I’ve read about the .htaccess file, but the current production server doesn’t seem
to have it, but still require a login.
>
> What am I missing on my mac?
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3) will be valid only if you're using <location>.

You may be missing modules, but on Linux apache complaints if that's the 
case.

I would suggest you increase the LogLevel to debug and see what's happening.

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