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Apache 1.3 [unix]: Directives not having effect

Postby RPandyan » Sat, 20 Sep 2003 23:55:19 GMT

Hi.

I've been experimenting with Apache for the past few days.  I've made
a few changes but they aren't having the desired effect.

1. When entering the site, the user automatically sees index.htm page.
   My Sol: DirectoryIndex index.htm

2. A page in a sub dir is blocked to everybody except a particular IP.
   <Directory /home/rpandyan/apache/htdocs/block>
      Order Deny,Allow
      Deny from all
      Allow james.virtual.com
   </Directory>

3. I have password protected a few pages also but that also isn't
working.
   <Directoy /home/rpandyan/apache/htdocs/hidden>
      AuthType Basic
      AuthName "Restricted Files"
      AuthUserFile /home/rpandyan/apache/passwd/passwords
      Require user James
   </Directory>

Note: I have made all changes to the httpd.conf file for efficienty
purposes.
      The Listen directive works [I see the test page]

If anybody knows what I need to do, please let me know.
Thanks.

Re: Apache 1.3 [unix]: Directives not having effect

Postby efflandt » Sun, 21 Sep 2003 08:31:29 GMT



You neglected to mention what error you get in browser or server logs for 
any of these.


That should work (within the scope of the directive), unless you forget to
use a trailing slash on a directory and the client cannot resolve your set
or assumed ServerName.  See apache docs for UseCanonicalName.


You have not said if your server allows everyone or no one.  Does 
james.virtual.com resolve?  If not, you could try using an IP 
instead.


Did you generate the passwords file with htpasswd?  What results do you 
get (no password request, or request for password, and will not 
authenticate)?  Note that username and password is case sensitive, so 
"James" is NOT same as "james".


Impossible to tell without knowing what results you get in browser and 
server logs.

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