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Icon directives tells Apache what icon to display for a certain type of file. The AddIconByType and AddIconByEncoding directives use MIME-type information to determine the file's type and then associate the specified image with it. AddIcon uses the file's extension to determine its type. In the next example, the text.gif image is displayed for text files with the extension .txt. You can also use AddIcon to associate an image with a particular file. The DefaultIcon directive specifies the image used for files of undetermined type.
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With the AddDescription directive, you can add a short descriptive phrase to the filename entry. The description can be applied to an individual file or to filenames of a certain pattern.
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Within a directory, you can place special files that can be used to display certain text both before and after the generated listing. The HeaderName directive is used to set the name of the file whose text is inserted before the listing. The ReadmeName directive sets the name of the file whose text is placed at the end of the listing. You can use these directives in an .htaccess files or a <Directory> block to select particular files within a directory. The ReadmeName directive is usually set to README, and HeaderName to HEADER. In that case, Apache searches for files named HEADER and README in the directory.
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With the IndexOptions directive, you can set different options for displaying a generated index. Options exist for setting the height and width of icons and filenames. The IconsAreLinks option makes icons part of filename anchors. The ScanHTMLTitles option reads the titles in HTML documents and uses those to display entries in the index listing instead of filenames. Various options exist for suppressing different index display features such as sorting, descriptions, and header/readme inserts. You can set options for individual directories using a Directory block or an .htaccess file. Normally, options set in higher-level directories are inherited by lower-level ones. If you use an IndexOption directive to set any new option, however, all previously inherited options are cleared. If you want to keep the inherited options, you can set options using the plus (+) or minus (-) symbols. These add or remove options. If you were also to set an option without the + or - symbols, though, all inherited options would be cleared.
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Your Web server can also control access on a per-user or per-group basis to particular directories on your Web site. You can require various levels for authentication. Access can be limited to particular users and require passwords, or expanded to allow members of a group access. You can dispense with passwords altogether or set up an anonymous type of access, as used with FTP. To apply authentication directives to a certain directory, you place those directives within either a Directory block or the directory's .htaccess file. You use the require directive to determine what users can access the directory. You can list particular users or groups. The AuthName directive provides the authentication realm to the user, the name used to identify the particular set of resources accessed by this authentication process. The AuthType directive specifies the type of authentication, such as basic or digest. A require directive requires also AuthType, AuthName, and directives specifying the locations of group and user authentication files. In the following example, only the users george, robert, and mark are allowed access to the newpics directory:
<Directory /var/www/html/newpics AuthType Basic AuthName Newpics AuthUserFile /web/users AuthGroupFile /web/groups <Limit GET POST> require users george robert mark </Limit> </Directory>
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<Directory /var/www/html/cgi-bin AuthType Basic AuthName CGI AuthGroupFile /web/groups <Limit GET POST> require groups admin </Limit> </Directory>
To set up anonymous access for a directory, place the Anonymous directive with the user anonymous as its argument in the directory's Directory block or .htaccess file. You can also use the Anonymous directive to provide access to particular users without requiring passwords from them. Apache maintains its own user and group authentication files specifying what users and groups are allowed to which directories. These files are normally simple flat files, such as your system's password and group files. They can become large, however, possibly slowing down authentication lookups. As an alternative, many sites have used database management files in place of these flat files. Database methods are then used to access the files, providing a faster response time. Apache has directives for specifying the authentication files, depending on the type of file you are using. The AuthUserfile and AuthGroupFile directives are used to specify the location of authentication files that have a standard flat file format. The AuthDBUserFile and AuthDBGroupFile directives are used for DB database files, and the AuthDBMGUserFIle and AuthDBMGGroupFile are used for DBMG database files. The programs htdigest, htpasswd, and dbmmanage are tools provided with the Apache software package for creating and maintaining user authentication files, which are user password files listing users who have access to specific directories or resources on your Web site. htdigest and htpasswd manage a simple flat file of user authentication records, whereas dbmmanage uses a more complex database management format. If your user list is extensive, you may want to use a database file for fast lookups. htdigest takes as its arguments the authentication file, the realm, and the username, creating or updating the user entry. htpasswd can also employ encryption on the password. dbmmanage has an extensive set of options to add, delete, and update user entries. A variety of different database formats are used to set up such files. Three common ones are Berkeley DB2, NDBM, and GNU GBDM. dbmmanage looks for the system libraries for these formats in that order. Be careful to be consistent in using the same format for your authentication files.
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