Getting HTTP Authorization to work with PHP CGI mode
by08 Oct 2006
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As you all know, using PHP-CGI is more secure then the ole Apache module flavour.
However, with PHP-CGI you cannot use anymore real user authentification, based on a .htaccess/.htpasswd file.
The fix is really easy (and secure), all you need is to have Apache mod_rewrite enabled.
Create a .htaccess file, with the content:
Make sure the line above is the last one in your .htaccess file, if you already have one in place.
Then, in your PHP file, use:
I needed this for the apc.php file, running on my server PHP 5.1.6 with FastCGI mode enabled.
For those who want to fix the apc.php file, find:
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Last edited by TECK : 08 Oct 2006 at 04:06. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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