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Apache authentication

From: Simon McClenahan <smcclenahan_at_healthcompartners.com>
Date: 2004-02-27 16:45:22 CET

Please forgive me for being possibly off-topic. How do I configure Apache to authenticate using the login/password of users already on the UNIX system, instead of re-creating users in .htaccess ?

I think I need to use mod_auth_pam. Is anyone here using this currently?

Is it possible to have a combination of both users in /etc/passwd as well as users without a system login?

Is there a webapp that allows users to change their password in htaccess without bothering the administrator?

On the TortoiseSVN list there's talk about using mod_auth_sspi for Windows authentication. Is it possible to use multiple authentication modules to access a repository? Or would I have to configure different Locations for each authentication type?

- Simon

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