Just for curiosity, can HTTP Authentication be disabled in any other way, if PHP is installed as a module? In other words, is there any other reason why the authentication might not work (under *nix), not IIS?
-- Gaylen [EMAIL PROTECTED] Home http://www.gaylenandmargie.com/ PHP KISGB v3.02 Guest Book http://www.gaylenandmargie.com/phpwebsite/ "Gaylen Fraley" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... > 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? > > -- > Gaylen > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > Home http://www.gaylenandmargie.com/ > PHP KISGB v3.02 Guest Book http://www.gaylenandmargie.com/phpwebsite/ > > "Brian Clark" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message > 20020105042749.GK17616@ganymede">news:20020105042749.GK17616@ganymede... > > * Gaylen Fraley ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [Jan 04. 2002 21:26]: > > > > > Is there any work around for using HTTP Authentication and PHP installed > as > > > CGI? I know how to make the detection, I'm hoping (probably in vain) > that > > > 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 > > possible.. > > > > -- > > Brian Clark | Avoiding the general public since 1805! > > Fingerprint: 07CE FA37 8DF6 A109 8119 076B B5A2 E5FB E4D0 C7C8 > > (E)ight (M)egabytes (A)nd (C)ontinually (S)wapping. > > > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list administrators, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]