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after installation of mod_ssl packages htaccess not prompting for password..
i have made two files
htaccess and htpasswd on apropriate location
and i have also done
AllowOverride Authconfig in httpd.conf.........
thanks in advance
its not happening....
Actuly its was working before the ssl.conf install (mod_ssl) and prompting fot the password Now it is redirecting to directory without password prompt.
i have try with new one directory.........
My problem solved Thanks to all guys thnk u so much for coopration.......
Actuly i moved my .htaccess to /var/www/html/ (Directory location) and httpd got the .htaccess file and prompting for password .........................thnks again.
FYI, having the file in the DocumentRoot is a bit risky. Recommended best practice is to put the htaccess directives into the relevant httpd.conf <Directory>...</Directory> stanza instead.
Also, faster as Apache has to re-read the .htaccess file each time its accessed.