Article by Aashish
# yum install httpd* mysql* -y
*** Install Module Needed for Authentication from MySQL databases. ***
# yum install mod_auth_mysql -y
*** Create a database which contains a table holding the username and passwd ***
#mysql -u root -p
mysql> create database httpd;
mysql> use httpd;
mysql> create user ‘apache’@’localhost’ identified by ‘apache’;
mysql> create table users( user_name char(30) NOT NULL, [...]
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