Hello, World :-)

I've been using the PHP_AUTH_USER and PHP_AUTH_PW, in some scripts, I've had some 
problems with it in somes Browsers. I tested with a "phpinfo()" function and the 
browsers with the problems doesn't appear PHP_AUTH_USER and PHP_AUTH_PW with the 
respective values. It's like PHP_AUTH_USER and PHP_AUTH_PW doesn't exist.

The Script is in a Server (RedHat Box 6.2) with PHP 4.0.4.

The script work fine on Macintosh (IE 5.0) and in a NT 4 (IE 5.5) and in Macintosh 
(Netscape Communicator 4).

The script doesn't WORK fine on Win Me (IE 5.5), Mac (Netscape Navigator 4.76).

It's very rare because sometimes in the Windows ME (IE 5.5) works fine, and sometimes 
is not. I've checked the script and play around with it, I think that there's an 
important problem with the PHP_AUTH_USER is somes browsers that can't see the 
PHP_AUTH_USER and his value.

I've tested the REMOTE_USER and it have the value of PHP_AUTH_USER, but I don't know 
for how many time will be support the REMOTE_USER, it doesn't appear in the  
"phpinfo()" display.

Thanks a lot for your time.


Jesus Maria Bianco Troconis (yisu)

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