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Old 6th November 2006, 23:20
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Default static password in htpasswd

Hi there,
I have tried to add a "static" password entry into /root/ispconfig/isp/conf/htpasswd.master, like so:

Code:
<!-- BEGIN DYNAMIC BLOCK: user_password -->
{USER}:{PASSWORT}
<!-- END DYNAMIC BLOCK: user_password -->
test:nwktC4klLf/Xg
However any new generated .htpasswd file does not contain it. Why?
Hint:

Code:
# egrep -ri htaccess.master /root/ispconfig
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Old 7th November 2006, 11:20
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About which .htpasswd files are you talking? The .htpasswd for the webalizer statistics or the .htpasswd files that can be created in the WebFTP?
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Old 7th November 2006, 12:23
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Ah! Ok, I see.
I actually meant the htpasswd for the stats directory.
But you can enlighten me about those of WebFTP too.

(And ... is it normal that in WebFTP there are no users displayed in the directory protection of the stats folder?)

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The .htpasswd file is created by the webalizer.php script. I'am not sure if it uses the master file.

The WebFTP uses its own .htpasswd files and can not see the file created for the stats directory.
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