just curious, by why not use 'net-www/mod_auth_mysql' and store your
users in a MySQL DB?
On Wed, 2005-11-09 at 22:10 +0100, Anders Bruun Olsen wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 09, 2005 at 09:19:38PM +0200, unaos wrote:
> > > Hmm.. any good guides or pointers to get Apache, MySQL, Postfix,
> > > Courier-imap, rsyncd, ventrilo, cs-server, zope and so on to run in
> > recommends mod_chroot for Apache.
> I have tried using mod_chroot just earlier today, but ran into trouble
> because I use mod_auth_pam, which of course does not work correctly
> inside a chrooted env. I am thinking about going all out and putting my
> users in an LDAP directory, which would make it possible to put Apache
> and other services in chroots since auth etc. would consist of
> connecting to the LDAP daemon and not of asking PAM to look into
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