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From Res <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] mod_auth_mysql questions
Date Tue, 03 Jun 2008 09:37:30 GMT

Which version of Apache? later versions do not use that module. so to get 
help you should to specifiy the version

On Tue, 3 Jun 2008, Chris Cohen wrote:

> Hello,
> thanks to Eric Covener I got apache's reverse proxy working with basic
> htpasswd authentication. But now that it's working, I want to
> authenticate Apache against a mysql database with about 15 users.
> (I think I could write a script that syncs the database to the htpasswd
> file, but that is only my backup option).
> What I tried is:
>        <Location />
>                AuthType Basic
>                AuthName "Internal Proxy"
> #                AuthUserFile /etc/apache2/htpasswd
>               AuthMySQL               on
>               AuthMySQL_Authoritative on
>               AuthMySQL_Host
>               AuthMySQL_User          www-ext
>               AuthMySQL_Password     password
>               AuthMySQL_DB            network
>               AuthMySQL_Group_Table   users
>               AuthMySQL_Empty_Passwords off
>               AuthMySQL_Encryption_Types MySQL
>                Require valid-user
>                ProxyPass     
>                ProxyPassReverse
>        </Location>
> But it just doesn't work. Nothing in the logs.
> I am still pretty new to all this apache stuff, so please gimme a
> hint :)


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