In the settings of no2-htaccess-user-sync plugin there are fields for
“Path to the htpasswd binary (absolute)”
“Path to your htuser file (absolute)”.
I have .htaccess file in the blog’s home folder (http://example.com/blog/.htaccess) which calls for .htpasswd file. However, filling in those details does not help. I get error messages:
“Error: the htuser file doesn’t exist.
“Error: htpasswd binary not found.”
The .htpasswd has info on users and their passwords (however, it only has one generic username/password for all users and I would like it to get the usernames and passwords from WordPress database there).
Should I get a separate .htusers file? What should be in there (usernames and passwords are already in the .htpasswd file).
Is “htpasswd binary” different from a regular .htpasswd file?
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