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Old 5th February 2010, 20:55
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And what about the rights on the password file ?
Try 777, maybe it would help ?

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Old 6th February 2010, 20:44
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And what about the rights on the password file ?
Try 777, maybe it would help ?
Yoplait,

I *really* thought you had the solution there but no...

I did:
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sudo chmod 777 digest
on the password file (It's owned by root...)

I also did:
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sudo chown www-data .htaccess
sudo chmod 777 .htaccess
I still get represented with the login dialogue.

Same error: Digest: user `myname' in realm `Private' not found:

Crazy...

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Old 7th February 2010, 03:54
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Ok, call back your exorcist, I think we are touching the deepest solutions .

I don't know, maybe your apache doesn't accept digest ? is there an option for this ?
(come on, an other try ^^ ! )
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Old 7th February 2010, 19:56
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Ok, call back your exorcist, I think we are touching the deepest solutions .
I was out of ideas quite a while ago...

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I don't know, maybe your apache doesn't accept digest ? is there an option for this ?
The modules are definitely activated...

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(come on, an other try ^^ ! )
I'm depressed... and out of ideas...

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Old 15th February 2010, 22:10
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This may not be it, but I noticed you have your domain listed as "Private" in your config but when you show your command-line to create the user it is "private" with a lower-case "p". Could this be it?
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Old 16th February 2010, 10:37
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This may not be it, but I noticed you have your domain listed as "Private" in your config but when you show your command-line to create the user it is "private" with a lower-case "p". Could this be it?
Capt,

Yes! Yes! YES!

Unbelievable! Thank You!

Really appreciate your help :-)

I'll write this up properly and put it in the first post this evening. Please will you proof-read it for me ;-)

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Old 17th February 2010, 18:22
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One last thing... :-)

My browser is telling me that 'your password will be sent unencrypted'.

I'm guessing this is usual as I'm not using https but given that this is the case, is Digest authentication really any better than Basic authentication?

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Old 19th February 2010, 18:01
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Default Digest vs Basic authentication comparison

Digest authentication is more secure than basic authentication. Its no SSL though

You can read about advantages and disadvantages of digest authentication here or basic authentication here
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