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       htdigest [ -c ] passwdfile realm username


       htdigest  is used to create and update the flat-files used
       to store usernames, realm and password for digest  authen­
       tication  of  HTTP  users.  Resources  available  from the
       Apache HTTP server can be restricted  to  just  the  users
       listed in the files created by htdigest.

       This  manual  page  only lists the command line arguments.
       For details  of  the  directives  necessary  to  configure
       digest  authentication  in  httpd  see  the Apache manual,
       which is part of the Apache distribution or can  be  found
       at http://httpd.apache.org/.


              -c     Create the passwdfile. If passwdfile already
                     exists, it is deleted first.

                     Name of the file to  contain  the  username,
                     realm  and  password.  If  -c is given, this
                     file is  created  if  it  does  not  already
                     exist,  or  deleted and recreated if it does

              realm  The  realm  name  to  which  the  user  name

                     The user name to create or update in passwd­
                     file. If username does  not  exist  is  this
                     file,  an  entry is added. If it does exist,
                     the password is changed.

Apache HTTP Server          2003-05-01                HTDIGEST(1)



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