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Should I have /usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel/htaccess.pm?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jikeSpingleton, Sep 24, 2006.

  1. jikeSpingleton

    jikeSpingleton Registered

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    Hi,

    I am interested in having the 'Password Protect Directories' feature encrypt passwords with the MD5 algorithm instead of CRPYT. Is there a way that I can make this so? I looked at the source code of the newuser.html page and found:

    which, as I understand it, implies that I should find the source code for set_pass in a file called Htaccess.pm in the Cpanel directory. I don't have that file. Is it supposed to be present on my machine? If so, how is it that my 'Web Protect' is working without it? If not, where can I find the code for set_pass?
     
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    Me again. I don't want to be a pest, but could somebody have a look in your /usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel directory and tell me whether there is a htaccess.pm file there?

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    no such file :rolleyes:
     
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    Thanks Dalem! :) Weird stuff. I don't know where the heck set_pass is coming from.
     
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