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    i need help please

    ok im in the middle of makeing a website . i want to make a user login for a section of my site. my site doesnt allow PHP, it does have a cgi-bin i want to controll who can access this section how would i do this ????

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    Does your host support .htaccess? This allows you set whole directories as 'login only'.

    if it does, check out this tutorial -

    http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/html/97/08/index2a.html?tw=backend
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    i was looking for somthin like a database kinda deal???

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    ok i wnted to put a user id an password on the index page so that when people who joined .wanted to sine in they jus typed there password and user id click access, and it would bring them to a memmber area..

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    Ahh i see.

    they have loads of Perl password gateways.auth systems @ www.hotscripts.com . Have a look
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    wow thanks im looking at it rite now

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    it's probably more secure to use .htaccess through a mysql db.

    there's a module for apache thats easy to install called mod_auth_mysql. To check if it's already on your server look for something like this in your httpd.conf:

    LoadModule auth_mysql_module /usr/lib/apache/1.3/mod_auth_mysql.so

    or if you are running a debian linux server with apt, simply run:

    apt-get install auth-mysql-module

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    Re: password protection

    I set up a basic htaccess scipt at http://bumblebeeware.com/password/

    Its one simple admin script, but great to build on. If you are on a unix server and want a simple pass protection its a good hack.



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