Jeff Hill wrote:

> AddType application/x-httpd-php html
> All users who enter any subdirectory with a .htaccess authentication
> requirement get a 401 error instead of the pop-up authentication request
> they should get (I use authmysql). The same thing happens if I try
> changing my Apache httpd.conf from:

Wild Guess:
My first guess would be that the version of MySQL you used with authmysql 
and the version of MySQL you compiled into Apache are not matching up, and 
end up tromping on each other somehow.

If you still have the source directories, check the config.log files or 
whatever to see what versions of MySQL got compiled into each package.

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