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i would like to hide ONLY the dirs in users root dir. and i want it to be genereic (i have mysql users)

i have :

<Directory />
   HideFiles ((lib|var|etc|tmp).*)$
   <Limit ALL DIRS WRITE>
     IgnoreHidden on
   </Limit>
</Directory>

how to make it work only for the users root(home) dir ??

so for example it will work for

~/lib/*

but not for

~/example.com/lib/*
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i think it might be possible using DenyFilter but i have no idea how – n00b32 Feb 5 '11 at 12:49
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okay i think it is impossible using that command so i just created a group www-hidden and

HideGroup www-hidden

...

but if someone knows a way to do it without this workaround please post

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Unfortunately this is not yet supported; there's a long standing feature request for support for this sort of thing. The fact that you've asked about this feature on SO means I should see how hard it would be to implement this feature.

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Hi, did you forget a link? Your text references a post on Stack Overflow, but there doesn't seem to be a link to one. – Michael Hampton Jan 6 at 1:32

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