[mythtv-users] Requiring a password for mythweb?
chepati at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 15 14:21:25 EST 2004
Just now noticed that @ signs (at signs) in the GRANT commands have been
automatically translated to 'at'.
Please subsitute accordingly, or you'll get a sql error.
On Thursday 15 January 2004 02:00 pm, IvanK. wrote:
> this is what I did:
> I run just ssl-enabled apache on port 443 (80 is completely disabled).
> As for securing mythweb I posted a short "howto" some time ago. Try this
> If the url gets broken into multiple lines, combine them into one in your
> browser's address bar. Or search for .htaccess at
> http://www.gossamer-threads.com/archive and then look for the one posted by
> chepati at yahoo.com.
> One thing I forgot to mention is that, of course, I had to grant enough
> privileges to the new database to the apache running user, so apache can
> read from mysql and get the user/password info.
> Good luck,
> On Thursday 15 January 2004 10:37 am, stan wrote:
> > I want to be able to access my myttv setup using mythweb from away from
> > home.
> > So, I will need to make the apache isntance visible from outside my
> > network. Given this, I don't want general public access to scheduling
> > recordings on my system :-) Seems like this would be a common request.
> > Has anyone managed to get mythweb to rquire, say, a password?
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