maybe nsca_auth can't understand password file ... MD5 passwords or maybe
you have shadow enabled..
On Fri, 23 Mar 2001, Anil Sasidharan wrote:
>> We are running our squid caching proxy in
> Redhat Linux 7.0 (
> kernel 2.2.16-22 ) . We are able to use the proxy
> without any user
> authentication. Now I want to do some user
> authentication. For that I
> compiled the ncsa_auth module and copied it to
>> My squid.conf has the following entries...
>> authenticate_program /usr/local/squid/bin/ncsa_auth
> authenticate_children 5
>> acl testusers proxy_auth arun raj kesav
>> http_access allow testusers
>> when I start squid it spawns 5 processes of ncsa_auth
> with the argument
> as /etc/passwd. But when i try to access any site
> after supplying my
> username and password the proxy responds with a
> message "Proxy
> Authentication Failed" eventhough my password is valid
> for that
> username. I tried to use the ncsa_auth from command
> line it is working
> perfectly alright.
>> If anybody has any idea....please respond
> Anil .S
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