apache-mod_authn_anon-2.4.23-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm


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Description

apache-mod_authn_anon - Allows "anonymous" user access to authenticated areas

Property Value
Distribution OpenMandriva Lx 3.0
Repository OpenMandriva Main Release i586
Package filename apache-mod_authn_anon-2.4.23-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm
Package name apache-mod_authn_anon
Package version 2.4.23
Package release 1-omv2015.0
Package architecture i586
Package type rpm
Category System/Servers
Homepage http://www.apache.org
License Apache License
Maintainer -
Download size 7.10 KB
Installed size 5.62 KB
This module provides authentication front-ends such as mod_auth_basic to
authenticate users similar to anonymous-ftp sites, i.e. have a 'magic' user
id 'anonymous' and the email address as a password. These email addresses
can be logged.
Combined with other (database) access control methods, this allows for
effective user tracking and customization according to a user profile
while still keeping the site open for 'unregistered' users. One advantage
of using Auth-based user tracking is that, unlike magic-cookies and funny
URL pre/postfixes, it is completely browser independent and it allows users
to share URLs.
When using mod_auth_basic, this module is invoked via the AuthBasicProvider
directive with the anon value.

Alternatives

Package Version Architecture Repository
apache-mod_authn_anon-2.4.39-1-omv2015.0.x86_64.rpm 2.4.39 x86_64 OpenMandriva Main Updates
apache-mod_authn_anon-2.4.39-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm 2.4.39 i586 OpenMandriva Main Updates
apache-mod_authn_anon-2.4.23-1-omv2015.0.x86_64.rpm 2.4.23 x86_64 OpenMandriva Main Release
apache-mod_authn_anon-2.4.20-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm 2.4.20 i586 OpenMandriva Main Release
apache-mod_authn_anon-2.4.18-1-omv2015.0.x86_64.rpm 2.4.18 x86_64 OpenMandriva Main Release
apache-mod_authn_anon-2.4.18-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm 2.4.18 i586 OpenMandriva Main Release
apache-mod_authn_anon - - -

Requires

Name Value
libc.so.6 -
libc.so.6(GLIBC_2.0) -
libc.so.6(GLIBC_2.1.3) -
libc.so.6(GLIBC_2.4) -

Provides

Name Value
apache-mod_authn_anon == 2.4.23-1:2015.0
config(apache-mod_authn_anon) == 0:2.4.23-1:2015.0
mod_authn_anon.so -

Conflicts

Name Value
apache-modules < 2.4.0

Download

Type URL
Mirror abf-downloads.openmandriva.org
Binary Package apache-mod_authn_anon-2.4.23-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm
Source Package apache-2.4.23-1.src.rpm

Install Howto

  1. Enable OpenMandriva Main Release repository on Install and Remove Software
  2. Update packages list:
    # urpmi.update -a
  3. Install apache-mod_authn_anon rpm package:
    # urpmi apache-mod_authn_anon

Files

Path
/etc/httpd/modules.d/003_mod_authn_anon.conf
/usr/lib/apache/mod_authn_anon.so

See Also

Package Description
apache-mod_authn_core-2.4.18-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm Core Authentication
apache-mod_authn_core-2.4.20-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm Core Authentication
apache-mod_authn_core-2.4.23-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm Core Authentication
apache-mod_authn_dbd-2.4.18-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm User authentication using an SQL database
apache-mod_authn_dbd-2.4.20-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm User authentication using an SQL database
apache-mod_authn_dbd-2.4.23-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm User authentication using an SQL database
apache-mod_authn_dbm-2.4.18-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm User authentication using DBM files
apache-mod_authn_dbm-2.4.20-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm User authentication using DBM files
apache-mod_authn_dbm-2.4.23-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm User authentication using DBM files
apache-mod_authn_file-2.4.18-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm User authentication using text files
apache-mod_authn_file-2.4.20-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm User authentication using text files
apache-mod_authn_file-2.4.23-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm User authentication using text files
apache-mod_authn_socache-2.4.18-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm Manages a cache of authentication credentials to relieve the load on backends
apache-mod_authn_socache-2.4.20-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm Manages a cache of authentication credentials to relieve the load on backends
apache-mod_authn_socache-2.4.23-1-omv2015.0.i586.rpm Manages a cache of authentication credentials to relieve the load on backends
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