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  1. #1
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    Unhappy How to use the command "htpasswd"?

    Hi Sorry for the silly question but I just installed successfully raccoon 0_11, everything’s works fine but the access to my phone with password are not working. I modified the users.txt file and added a line:

    #
    # The format is
    #
    # username: password
    #
    # Just remove the # from the line below and people will be able to log in
    # using "hello" as username and "world" as password (both without quotes).
    # Or add usernames and passwords to your liking.
    #
    # NOTE: Create the password using the command 'htpasswd', which is included
    # in all regular Apache distributions.

    #hello:$apr1$sK2.....$F2AiKmYW8dgHs07GeyCCX0

    name: password


    but I got clueless with the command htpasswd. How and where to issue this command?

    Any help ( I am not a Apache or Linux pro ) on this command will be welcomed!

    With my best regards,

  2. #2
    Nokia Developer Expert
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    Re: How to use the command "htpasswd"?

    Quote Originally Posted by apinkus View Post
    ...
    but I got clueless with the command htpasswd. How and where to issue this command?
    It's a command line program with which you create those passwords.

    Unfortunately it's right now not included anywhere in this latest release, but if you download raccoon_0_10_0_3rdEd.zip from the PS_0_10_0 release, you'll find it from there.

    Invoke it without arguments on the Windows command line and it'll tell you how it should be used.

    Br,
    Johan

  3. #3
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    Re: How to use the command "htpasswd"?

    Hey can you give me some clear picture as How to start for the same application for which you have replied i.e password protection for mobiles.


    srk2007

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