> Just solved the problem of not recognizing print "Content-type:
> But another problem still exists.
> When the perl script contains following lines:
> print "Set-Cookie: cookie-name = Unique; ";
> print "domain = .$baseurl; ";
> print "path = /; ";
> print "expires = Thursday, 11-Dec-2100 00:00:00 GMT\n";
> It just print out these lines on the web.
> Still the same script runs perfect under windows+apache+cygwin.
> Please tell me how to change the httpd.conf file just as the last question.
> Thank you very much.
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OS: RedHat Linux 6.1
I would like to attempt the following:
Setting a "Cookie" when the user gets
authenticated from the
I do have the "secured section" up and get
authenticated just fine.
I also set up the "CookieTracking on"
and "CookieName name", which "name" is in the
With this, I get for a cookie is the IP/hostname
+ some numbers. Which is a good start, but I
actually want the username the person used to get
in to be the value of "name"
I know I am close, but I am not sure how to link
the two together?
I know this can be done.. I just some ideas...
So again, I have both sides of the puzzle working
just fine, I just need the user name of which
they were authenticated with to be
the "name=xxxxx" in my CookieName value...
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