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Add mod_alias to apache

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by MNSY, Apr 13, 2015.

  1. MNSY

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    Hello all,
    I want to add mod_alias to apache loaded modules, what I have to do?
    And does it work on mod suphp?
    Best Regards.
     
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    You can select 'Alias' as an Apache module inside the EasyApache process as you go through it. mod_alias should work fine with SuPHP.
     
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    Hi Dear Jacob,
    Thanks for your reply,
    Unfortunately i didnt find 'Alias' in easyapache,
    'Vhost Alias' is exist but 'Alias' not exist, Nor Short Options list , Nor Exhaustive Options List
    I found mod_alias.c in this address : /home/cpeasyapache/src/httpd-2.4/modules/mappers
    Do i need to add loadmodule manualy to httpd.conf?
    I use WHM 11.48.3 Apache 2.4 and php 5.4
     
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    My apologies. mod_alias is enabled by default on EasyApache builds. You can confirm this by running
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    httpd -M | grep alias
     
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