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From abag...@apache.org
Subject Re: documentation/7634: User cannot occur within <VirtualHost> section
Date Fri, 11 May 2001 15:25:39 GMT
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Synopsis: User cannot occur within <VirtualHost> section

Comment-Added-By: abagchi
Comment-Added-When: Fri May 11 08:25:34 PDT 2001
Comment-Added:
The ability to configure CGI scripts to run as different 
users/groups on a per virtual-host basis still exists.  You
are getting this error message, because the configuration
has changed slightly.  Instead of using User/Group 
directives in the config file, you should use 
SuexexUserGroup.  This directive has not been documented 
yet, so I am moving this PR to a doc bug until this is 
resolved.
Category-Changed-From-To: general-documentation
Category-Changed-By: abagchi
Category-Changed-When: Fri May 11 08:25:34 PDT 2001



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