#apache - Fri 23 Feb 2007 between 00:00 and 00:15

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groogs[h]"[Thu Feb 22 22:52:25 2007] [crit] [client 192.168.8.1] configuration error: couldn't check access. No groups file?: /"
snazmI don't do much with this type of authentication but I do recall you can also specify a group file in your .htaccess
Try touching it and then see what it says
groogs[h]and authentication is working, i can get 'user not found' and 'password mismatch' errors if i try invalid credentials
yeah, i did that too
both and empty file, and one defining a group with two users
snazmSame error?
groogs[h]yep
snazmWhat version are you on?
groogs[h]2.2.3
snazmDid you specify AuthGroupFile
groogs[h]yes, i tried a group file, first with it empty, then with a group with two users
snazmWhat is the goal of what you want? Just access to certain users or certain groups?
groogs[h]just to define users that need access to this site, without making unix users
codeshepherdi want to install mod_jk.. and the download folder is empty http://apache.oss.eznetsols.org/tomcat/tomcat-connectors/jk/binaries/linux/jk-1.2.20/
i am running fedora..
snazmOk well delete the group file, let's get rid of that
groogs[h]: It's not what we want
groogs[h]codeshepherd: try another mirror
snazm: yeah well my thought was it was complaining there was no group file, so i made one.. ;)
snazmgroogs[h]: Can you possibly remove satisfy any also
groogs[h]: That file is optional, so let's get rid of it for the time being, the problem is likely elsewhere
groogs[h]ok, removed the groupfile, and satisfy
same error for a client sending the user/pass
snazmgroogs[h]: Can you just paste what you have here, separate newline with a pipe or something
groogs[h]401 forbidden for a client sending no password (not auth required)
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<Location /> | AuthType Basic | AuthName "Devel" | AuthUserFile /home/vhosts/devel/.htpasswd | #AuthGroupFile /home/vhosts/devel/.htgroup | require valid-user | order allow,deny | #satisfy any | </Location>
codeshepherddoes both mod_jk and mod_jk2 serve the same purpose ?
snazmgroogs[h]: I think the order is optional in this case but I am also unsure of case sensitivity
groogs[h]snazm: full vhost: http://pastebin.ca/368532
lloy0076I'm having some trouble with mod_rewrite and have put this up at: http://apache.pastebin.ca/368533
Specifically, I'm trying to work out what "base" it's trying to match from in a <Directory> directive...
snazmgroogs[h]: It may be prudent to follow examples on the net at the moment I am comparing it with, they have initial capital letter for Require also
lloy0076I can get it to work in DocumentRoot but can't get it to perform a match in a <Directory> directive and I'm not sure what I've missed.
snazmgroogs[h]: I have no idea at all of this is needed, I simply don't ever do this type of authentication but just looking at things that are different between this and examples
groogs[h]yeah, doesn't make any difference
Order Allow,Deny
fajitaOrder Allow,Deny is The Allow directives are evaluated before the Deny directives. Access is denied by default. Any client which does not match an Allow directive or does match a Deny directive will be denied access to the server
groogs[h]Require valid-user

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