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comment Phusion Passenger + Apache: LoadError — No such file or directory [solved]
Defining "fidgeting around" would be very very helpful. Because now I'm in the same situation, and I have no idea what "fidgeting around" actually means. Guess that means I get to open up a new question.
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comment Apache mod_auth_basic and Ordering
So you do still have to set LDAP Authoritative off? That strikes me as contradicting your answer. If file is evaluated first, LDAP being Authoritative means nearly nothing without another provider being listed afterwards.
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comment Apache mod_auth_basic and Ordering
Your question came up in the 'similar questions' list, and I was essentially asking the same one. I note that the "the order of processing is determined in code [...]" line is in the mod_auth_basic Authoritative section, but NOT AuthBasicProvider section, which should mean that it's talking about mod_auth_basic being used in tandem with things like mod_auth_digest. But, considering that you changed the Provider order to no avail, I am similarly concerned.
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comment NFS Client reports Permission Denied, Server reports Permission Granted
Beyond that. Surely the SERVER would reject the client if it were the problem you describe?
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comment NFS Client reports Permission Denied, Server reports Permission Granted
I'm mounting the share as root, and the folder is standard, mode 755 and all that. If it were a permissions problem, standard utilities (ls, cat, vim, etc.) would fail when attempting to edit the contents of the folder itself.