Re: Apache, mod_auth_pam, pam_krb4, and you
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>>>>> "Jason" == Jason Rashaad Jackson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Jason> I'm going slowly insane trying to convince Apache to pass a
Jason> user/pass to pam_krb4, thereby validating a user for entrance
Jason> into a secure directory. Is it too much to hope for that it's
Jason> this simple?
Jason> Oh, yeah, my info: Apache 1.3.19 compiled from source
Random guess: do you have a LoadModule line in your httpd.conf file for
mod_auth_pam (and is it uncommented)?
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