Thanks :). I thought I had figured out a way to determine if it was a CGI
or module. But it didn't work. Is there a reliable way?
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"Brian Clark" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> * Gaylen Fraley ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [Jan 04. 2002 21:26]:
> > Is there any work around for using HTTP Authentication and PHP installed
> > CGI? I know how to make the detection, I'm hoping (probably in vain)
> > there is some way to make the two work. Thanks.
> AFAIK, no, unless you use .htaccess based stuff. You may be able to use
> an admin page to add users and write out the .htaccess file(s). Might be
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