Re: password-protected cgi-bin directory?
On Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 08:44:46AM +0200, sean finney wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 22, 2008 at 04:24:13PM +0000, Tzafrir Cohen wrote:
> > >  yes, i know that (normal, not webapps) policy still points at it and some
> > > packages may still use it, but it should go away regardless.
> > Is that supposed to work with apache or with any package that provides
> > httpd-cgi ?
> i would hope that most packages that provide cgi functionality have the
> ability to have something along the lines of a ScriptAlias, yes.
Looking at thttpd (2.25b-6). I don't regilarily use it, so I just looked
at the man page and provided configuration file. Maybe I missed
Aparantly there is just a single cgi_pat directive. It can include
multiple patterns, though. There is no 'include' option to include a
file from a different package.
BTW: it seems that thttpd shares the same .htpasswd file format with
apache. Though it needs it in the same directory and it only applies to
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