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From Dave Shaw <dave.sha...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] SSI question
Date Sun, 28 Feb 2016 17:35:37 GMT
Greetings-- We're setting up a website on a commercially-hosted server
that supports SSI. The website includes a number of sub-directories.
In a 1st-level subdirectory we have some html that includes similar
to:
     <!--#include virtual="../some.html" -->
and
     <!--#include virtual="/some.html" -->
All this has been working fine.

We now want to password protect access to one of these directories,
and when we do, password protection works fine, but the SSI statements
fail with:
      [an error occurred while processing this directive]

I've dug around in the documentation and haven't found any
restrictions on use of SSI in password-protected directories, but it's
acting like password protection might be doing a "chroot" to that
directory or something similar. Is this an option in the server
configuration?

If you can help explain this I'd be appreciative.

Dave

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