Posts Tagged ‘ apache2 ’

SF2: Apache2 based HTTP-Authentication with Capifony

Almost every RoR dev knows Capistrano. It’s an awesome tool for deploying RoR applications (not only, but let’s leave it at that for know 😉 ) and also as a Symfony2 dev one can harness its power with Capifony.

I usually create Apache2 based HTTP-Authentication by hand for projects where the customer doesn’t provide a dedicated staging server but wants me to deploy on their live-system without going public. But in one of my current projects htpasswd wasn’t available in the restricted SSH-Shell, I could only use their web-based “Directory Security Tool”. That was fine for the first deploy, but afterwards I was always greeted with a 500 server error. But why?

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