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Hi!

I rented some megabytes on my provider's server and have my homepage running on it.

Now my problem: I have some files that should only be accessed by people who enter a specific login name and password. Is this technically possible for me (I may run Perl scripts)
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First, ask your provider if you can implement htaccess. If so, you can obtain a htaccess tutorial here:

    http://www.meep.com/magazine/tech/articles/a01.html

Otherwise, you can do it a different way by using the following Perl script:

    http://www.ahg.com/listcgi.htm#Password_protection

htaccess would be my preferred route if you have the choice.
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