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  Serve Your iCal Calendars Using WebDAV
Subject:   Digest vs. Basic Authentication
Date:   2002-09-24 14:56:55
From:   mrprofessor
Response to: Digest vs. Basic Authentication

It's true that Apple ships their version of Apache 1.3.x with the obsolete mod_digest module (which doesn't work with their own iCal product). Curiously, Apache ships 1.3.x with the up-to-date mod_auth_digest.


You can get a precompiled version at:


http://mithras.homeunix.net/downloads/mod_auth_digest.so.tgz


Install it in some convenient location (like, say /usr/local/libexec) and replace the loading of mod_digest in your httpd.conf file with



LoadModule digest_auth_module /path/to/mod_auth_digest.so


and


AddModule mod_auth_digest.c


After that, you should be good to go with digest authentication.


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