Re: httpd authentication

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On Tue, Dec 28, 2010 at 8:59 PM, Yan Seiner <yan@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
In that I can't find any distro that includes it; it was dropped from
Debian in 2009 due to being unmaintained.

That does not mean it is out of date or doesn't work.

Even a cursory googling for mod_auth_pam returns an article suggesting mod_auth_external to replace it in all apache versions.

> Which httpd do you want to authenticate against?

I'm authenticating against a service-subscription website.  They use http
authentication.  As long as a user is paid up, they can log in.  If not,
they're redirected to the payment portal.

None of that is pam specific.

Also when I asked which httpd I was asking which daemon you are using - ie apache,  lighttpd, etc.
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