how to make # normal for httpd.conf
YANG Weiping B
Weiping.b.Yang at alcatel-sbell.com.cn
Fri Jul 31 00:45:21 UTC 2009
Yeah, I tried \# before, but it seemed that the effective password was
ALC\ not ALC\#FGU
maybe for it, #FGU is just the comment, so it bypassed them
I didn't try $ that would have some side effects as you specified I
From: Michael D. Setzer II [mailto:mikes at kuentos.guam.net]
Sent: Thursday, July 30, 2009 7:47 PM
To: YANG Weiping B
Subject: Re: how to make # normal for httpd.conf
Generally you proceed special characters with a \
Depeding on the input method, you might also put the \ when enter the
password as well.
Had a similar issue when a user used a $ in their password, but in the
shell script it is a variable prefix.
So, I would try that as a test, but others might provide more info.
On 30 Jul 2009 at 19:20, YANG Weiping B wrote:
Subject: how to make # normal for httpd.conf
Date sent: Thu, 30 Jul 2009 19:20:05 +0800
From: "YANG Weiping B"
<Weiping.b.Yang at alcatel-sbell.com.cn>
To: <busybox at busybox.net>
> Hi guys,
> I want to use "#" character aspart of my password
> so myhttpd.conf is as follows:
> but "#" has a special purpose, used as the indicator of the beginning
of one comment
> so how tomake "#"be a normal character?
> Thanks for your attention and reply.
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