How do you enable .htaccess files for Apache? When you create the files in directories, they do not work.
You will need to modify the vhost configuration files found in /etc/httpd/rightscale.d
If the server is a load balancer and has HAProxy installed on it, you will need to modify: http-8000-www.yoursite.com.vhost.
If it is a standalone server (such as part of an auto-scaling array) you will need to modify: http-80-www.yoursite.com.vhost.
Change the line from 'AllowOverride None' to 'AllowOveride All' in order to password protect a directory that you can put the following into: /home/webabbs/yourappdir/current/dirtoprotect/.htaccess.
AuthType Basic AuthName "Password Required" AuthUserFile /www/passwords/password.file AuthGroupFile /www/passwords/group.file Require Group admins
You can automate this in a RightScript as follows. This script password protects the www root (you will need to modify the path if you need to protect a different directory):
#!/bin/bash if [ -f /etc/httpd/rightscale.d/http-8000-$WEBSITE_DNS.vhost ]; then sed -i "s/AllowOverride None/AllowOverride All/g" /etc/httpd/rightscale.d/http-8000-$WEBSITE_DNS.vhost fi if [ -f /etc/httpd/rightscale.d/http-80-$WEBSITE_DNS.vhost ]; then sed -i "s/AllowOverride None/AllowOverride All/g" /etc/httpd/rightscale.d/http-80-$WEBSITE_DNS.vhost fi cat > /home/webapps/$APPLICATION/current/.htaccess << EOF AuthType Basic AuthName "Password Required" AuthUserFile /www/passwords/password.file AuthGroupFile /www/passwords/group.file Require Group admins EOF service httpd restart
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