On Wed, 31 Jan 2001, Mernagh Willaim(Dlx4 Electrical&Electronics Engineering wrote:
> I have used .htaccess for a number of things. But here i was just hoping to
> have a few pages that people can see when they are loggend in from the lab here
> and not from out side. Thus everyone will be a member of the group LAB and
> could i change the nobody setting to LAB in apache without upsetting the rest
> of the pages?
if it's a local web server, then all that's really required is to add the
Apache UID to the user group that can read the directory.
If the web server can be read from outside the lab, then you might want to
either use .htaccess, or edit the http.conf file to restrict access to only the
IPs of the machines in teh lab.
btw: you should maybe show this to your mail administrator:
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