Does the account vinoo exist in the passwd database (/etc/passwd)? If
he/she a valid user of the system?
On Thu, 2004-04-15 at 02:56 -0700, vinoo wrote:
[Thu Apr 15 15:29:02 2004] [crit] [client 18.104.22.168] configuration
ouldn't check user. No user file?: /
it not able to locate the file....the path has been given in the conf
Require user vinoo
"Gopalarathnam V." <askgopal@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
Look at your web server's error log!
On Thu, 2004-04-15 at 02:10 -0700, vinoo wrote:
> well i am encountering a similar problem......both in
> authentication and Digest authentication......
> the pop screen comes and when i type the login and passwd ,
> me an error as to it not able to find the passwd file.....
> i have placed the file in say /usr/local/passwd/passwords
> what could be the problem.....shud i look at some setting
> "Gopalarathnam V." wrote:
> Guess you've forgot the "Satisfy" directive.
> On Wed, 2004-04-14 at 21:20 +0530, Sridhar R wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have some problems with the user authentication. I have
> added this to
> > the httpd.conf (apache-1.3) file.
> > AuthType Basic
> > AuthName "Restricted area"
> > AuthUserFile /etc/apache/passwd/passwords
> > Require user downloader
> > But on accessing this
> > http://cs.annauniv.edu/cgi-bin/downloader/index.py
> > location, it doesn't ask for username/password. Apache
> log was
> > clean. What might have gone wrong.
> > Before that I have created the password file using
> `htpasswd`. I followed
> > everthing given the documentation.
> > Here is my httpd.conf file
> > -------------------------
> > (attached)
> Gopalarathnam V.
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