I need to set some PHP values like:

  php_value session.save_path /a_more_secure_dir

in my .htaccess file.  But the main Apache httpd.conf file has:

  AllowOverride AuthConfig FileInfo Indexes

and php_value in .htaccess causes Apache internal server error!

Now if I change httpd.conf to say:

  AllowOverride All

then php_value works in .htaccess, with no error!

But as you know, using "AllowOverride All" in httpd.conf is BAD!  How
do I allow php_value in .htaccess, without it?  I tried:

  AllowOverride php_value

but Apache rejects it as a configuration error.  :-(

Help, please!


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