> > i have configured apache to allow a user to have cgi-bin script access
> > under their home directory /home/dh/public_html/cgi-bin. I did this by
> > adding the following lines to /etc/httpd/conf/access.conf on my
> > redhat6.1 system.
> > <Directory /home/dh/public_html/cgi-bin>
> > AllowOverride None
> > Options ExecCGI
> > </Directory>
> > restart the server and this works fine, but what i want to know is there
> > a way of allowing access for all users without having to write these
> > lines out for each user. i.e. how do redbrick (DCU) and such like
> > network societies do it?
You might also want to look at suexec as well, which will run the user
scripts as the user and not as the user that your webserver runs as.
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