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OpenShift Cookbook by Shekhar Gulati

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Using the .htaccess file to configure Apache

By now, you will be aware that OpenShift uses Apache with mod_wsgi to serve your web applications. In this recipe, you will learn to use the .htaccess and .htpasswd files to configure the Apache web server for the HTTP basic authentication. The GitHub repository for this recipe is https://github.com/OpenShift-Cookbook/chapter8-htaccess-recipe.

Getting ready

This recipe is based on the assumption that you have read the previous recipes in this chapter. To walk through this recipe, you will need the rhc command-line client installed on your machine. Please refer to the Installing the OpenShift rhc command-line client recipe in Chapter 1, Getting Started with OpenShift, for details.

How to do it…

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