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Re: Using authentication under Apache for Cygwin
- From: Andrew DeFaria <Andrew at DeFaria dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2003 23:52:05 -0700
- Subject: Re: Using authentication under Apache for Cygwin
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Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
Perhaps you could try playing with the permissions on the .htaccess
file to see if you can reproduce the problem in your local directory.
If you manage to do that, you could see if this is a "smbntsec" issue.
Hmmm... As I said it appears to work in the local case. Or are you
saying I should try to break that by playing with permissions? Are there
any examples of "smbntsec" issues?
I mean I suspect that if I do something as small as remove read
permission for other on .htaccess then the server will not be able to
read the file thus it would break. But what would that tell me? What
exactly am I looking for?
I may play with this as you suggest tomorrow at work. At home I don't
use SMB for my web site - at least not yet.
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