Using mod_auth_mysql for Apache
From: James Marcinek (jmarc1_at_jemconsult.biz)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 14:19:55 -0500 (EST)
I have a question about mod_auth_mysql. I installed the rpms for
Apache(2.x) and Mysql and I can see the module is in the
However I do not see this added in the httpd.conf file. I also checked
what modules are loaded statically with the httpd -l command, and it
The reference material I have is a bit vague so I'm hoping that someone
can help me out as this is the first time I'm setting this up. The
material covers Apache 1.x and 2(at the same time) so I'm not sure what I
have to do (if anything)
I'm assuming that I have to add this module to the Dynamic Shared Object
support section of the httpd.conf:
Is this correct?
Also, my reference material also indicates I need to add a line to the
httpd.conf to give mod_auth_mysql the parameters it needs to connect to
Auth_MySQL_Info hostname user password
Is this right? Where in the httpd.conf should this be placed.
Any help would be great!
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