Re: [webalizer] Re: Webalizer woes (Cobalt)
- The webalizer does not care about or use httpd protection mechanisms, and
does not look for or alter any .htaccess files you may have laying
around. Most likely, the script being used to run the program is also
doing other stuff. Since that script is not part of the webalizer
distribution, you will need to examine it to see what it's doing and how
to fix any problems you may have with it.
On Thu, 19 Jun 2003, ojbis wrote:
> I've the same problem. On my RAQ550, all web sites have a .htaccess
> and a .htpasswd but sometimes, the .htaccess is modified by Webalizer
> and my .htaccess is replaced by this one :
> > #Access file
> > order allow,deny
> > allow from all
> > require group siteXX
> > Authname WebStats
> > Authtype Basic
> > AuthAuthoritative off
> and i've an internal server error when i try look the stats.
> Why the .htaccess is modified ? and how could i stop it ?
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