I would expect the second - to be replaced by the logged in user. The doc says, the user is logged if the document is protected. I do protect the whole directory using directory match. Without log in I fail to retrieve the document in question.
Our web developer is logging in as root through SSH but log files do not show a record. We are getting the normal email notification but last & last -a does not show that they have logged in. Anyone seen this before?
I want to use something like PHPBB forums and using one MySQL user and database. Just wondering, what are common user permissions I should set for the user? I want to try to minimize any permissions that can cause big risk to the server security.
Here is a full list of permissions I can grant to the user (via Webmin):
-Select table data -Insert table data -Update table data -Delete table data -Create tables -Drop tables -Grant privileges -Reference operations -Manage indexes -Alter tables -Create temp tables -Lock tables
is it possible to set Auth .htpasswd if a specific file and not the directory. example admin access [url]and a Auth User/Pass window appears. I need for /sec/ to be unprotected for image loading so a complete directory protection is not an option.
I would like to do do following using basic authentication:
1. non authenticated users have access to the index page: [URL] ..... 2. there are other pages, e.g: [URL] .... but these would require basic auth 3. if users are not authenticated they would be redirected to [URL] .... otherwise authenticated users would have access to [URL] .... or anything else under that domain
We have a website under httpdocs/. We can change/delete files with a ftp user : "ftpold". All is ok. We must create another ftp access for another company which can access only to httpdocs directory (not to logs/, error_docs/...).
So we have create a ftp access in Plesk. But with this ftp connexion, we can not update/delete files ou update rights.
So we decide to change rights on the files/directories under httpdocs with the new ftp access :
httpdocs# chown -R ftpnewsacln *
The is no errors but the files:directories are always with the old ftp user :
On our instance (Plesk 12 / Debian) I am logged out within 1 or 2 minutes quite often while working on config of the primary website (admin access). The session idle time is set to the 30 min default, and the problem isn't to do with changing IP addresses - the multiple sessions visible all have the same IP address.
This happens so constantly it is difficult do any real work. Where is the logic of session creation and termination? What do we need to look at to deal with this problem? We have root access.
After install yum on my centOS 4.4 VPS, I ran yum update and got this error:
Error: Missing Dependency: glibc-common = 2.3.4-2.25 is needed by package glibc-dummy-centos-4
When I tried to install glibc-common, I got this error:
error: Failed dependencies: glibc-common = 2.3.4-2.25 is needed by (installed) glibc-2.3.4-2.25.i686 glibc-common = 2.3.4-2.25 is needed by (installed) glibc-dummy-centos-4-2.3.4-2.25.swsoft.i386
When trying to install these other things, I get more dependency errors. I noticed that glibc-dummy-centos-4-2.3.4-2.25.swsoft.i386 was mentioned. I'm not sure what this is, but it's by SwSoft? Is this something I have to contact my provider about? Thanks.