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Some applications, such as the Netscape web server, rely upon the string being NULL-appended, so if you are having trouble using DBM files interchangeably between applications this may be a part of the problem.

This is what for its combined password and group database.

See also Auth Name, Auth Type and Auth DBMUser File. The value for a user is the crypt() encrypted password, optionally followed by a colon and arbitrary data.

Context: directory, .htaccess Override: Auth Config Status: Extension Module: mod_auth_dbm The Auth DBMUser File directive sets the name of a DBM file containing the list of users and passwords for user authentication. The colon and the data following it will be ignored by the server.

This can be accomplished by first setting the group and password files to point to the same DBM: The password section contains the Unix crypt() password as before.

Status: Extension Source File: mod_auth_dbm.c Module Identifier: dbm_auth_module This module provides for HTTP Basic Authentication, where the usernames and passwords are stored in DBM type database files.

It is an alternative to the plain text password files provided by mod_auth and the Berkely DB password files provided by mod_auth_db. The value for a user is a comma-separated list of the groups to which the users belongs.

Context: directory, .htaccess Override: Auth Config Status: Extension Module: mod_auth_dbm The Auth DBMGroup File directive sets the name of a DBM file containing the list of user groups for user authentication. There must be no whitespace within the value, and it must never contain any colons.