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Thursday, 21 April 2005, 1:26 PM EST

Managing user access to a Linux Intranet server is extremely easy and quick. Yet, I find some new administrators get frustrated by the lack of complete information. In some HOWTO guides, details regarding .htaccess are given, without mentioning that the Apache must be configured. My hope is that this brief article gives a complete look at managing access with the use of Apache overrides and .htaccess. Since the goal is to make it as easy as pie, I will cut the techno talk and get to the point.

By Andrea W. Cordingly at Really Linux.

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