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Allow override enabling

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by vasanram, May 22, 2015.

  1. vasanram

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    Hi

    We recently installed WHM into our VPS server and needs to enable URL Rewrite facility to our newly created virtualhost. I checked modrewrite module its got enabled by default while Apache but i do not know how to check whether Allowoverride set ALL or none. I explored various option its fails. Any one guide how to set Allowoverride option in WHM.

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    Hello,

    Could you elaborate on which modification to the .htaccess file is not working? There's no need to change the AllowOverride value to get Mod_Rewrite working.

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    I have drupal installation in that server and i need to enable clean URL option (i.e) "?q=" needs to be remove. For that only i asked where i need to edit allowoverride. advise me is there any method available to enable url rewrite option. i attached .htacess file for more info.

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    Hi and welcome to the cPanel Forums!

    I honestly don't see there to be anything wrong with the Drupal supplied .htaccess file.

    cPanel should be perfect "straight out of the box" for Drupal however, check out Software -> EasyApache.

    You can configure and build Apache and modules from there.

    Make sure that everything is ticked that Drupal requires and you'll be on your way!
     
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