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ncsa httpd + htpasswd + user change passwd

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How to let user change their password?
I use ncsa httpd 1.5.2a and htpasswd to add user.
Any help, Thanks
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riotaro earned 50 total points
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Write CGI.

htpasswd [passwdfile(fullpath)] [username]
is userful command to change their passwd, you know.

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