[svlug] Apache still asks for password
skip at penguinsites.com
Thu Mar 22 19:22:15 PST 2012
On 03/22/2012 09:39 PM, Edu Carneiro wrote:
> Hi Skip,
> If you do a 'wget' of the site do you still get the 401 response? I
> assume you do.
This time I did 'wget demo.solomomenu.com' I got the response I was
That is a public domain, by the way. If you guys hit it what do you get?
Do you get asked to authenticate or get a jQuery Mobile page?
> So in which case, here are some things to look at:
> 1) Authentication defined somewhere in the httpd.conf
I've looked. Don't this so.
> 2) Server alias defined in httpd.conf
> 3) Symlink in the directory level
I removed that from the VirtualHost entry, but still get asked to
> Hope it helps.
> *Edu Carneiro*
> <http://www.facebook.com/educarneiro> <http://mustaxe.blogspot.com/>
> On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 7:29 PM, Robert Hajime Lanning
> <lanning at lanning.cc> wrote:
> On 03/22/12 19:16, Skip Evans wrote:
> > Hey all,
> > I have a domain name, demo.solomomenu.com
> <http://demo.solomomenu.com>, which used to point
> > public_html directory that is under password protection using basic
> > authentication in a .htaccess file.
> > Today I pointed the domain name to a different public_html directory
> > that is not under .htaccess authentication.
> > But when demo.solomomenu.com <http://demo.solomomenu.com> is
> accessed, some, not all, but most,
> > people still get asked for the user name and password from the old
> > directory.
> Did you change DNS to point to another IP or just the apache
> config file
> on the web server?
> If DNS, then this could be just because of DNS caching issues. Some
> people are still going to the old IP address. This will sort
> itself out
> over time.
> If you only changed the apache config file, then the only thing I can
> think of is an aggressive web page caching. Either on the client or a
> proxy (transparent or otherwise).
> Mr. Flibble
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