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  1. #11
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    Make sure AllowOverride is set to All in httpd.conf.
    200mhz Pentium 1 with MMX, 128mb RAM, 10gb Seagate HDD. Beastly.

  2. #12
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    After tinkering for about 2 hours without any success I must ask you people for direction once again.
    I want to password protect the following folder: /urs/local/apache2/htdocs/nikosapi/members
    My password file is located at: /usr/local/apache2/passwd/passwords
    What is the simplest way to password protect this folder?
    -->Nikosapi
    P.S. Sorry Monkeh I think I did what you told me to do but I can't get it to work, Could somebody tell me what files (or text) to put where to get this to work?

  3. #13
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    After re-reading my big book o' apache's section about authorization for the 10th time I realized what I was doing wrong and now it works! (do I ever feel like an idiot)
    You guys are great, Thanks for all the help you've given me for the passed 3 days!!!!
    -->Nikosapi

  4. #14
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    omg im like.....


    Code:
    modem
             router
                                 comp2        comp3
                  |
                 / \
        comp1   server

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