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Apache Has Syntax Error

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Hakan Ayan, Oct 21, 2017.

  1. Hakan Ayan

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    Hello to everyone;

    easy apache3 from easy I wanted to install apache4 and install php 7.2. But there was a problem. Then I tried to restore it to its original state. But apache has become unusable.
     

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    cPAusaf Linux Technical Analyst II
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    Hello,

    The screenshot provided seems to indicate the issue is with the custom mod_remoteip module. Have you tried disabling the option when running an EasyApache 3 build? You can read more about EasyApache 3 and custom modules here:

    Custom Modules - EasyApache - cPanel Documentation

    Please note that PHP 7.0+ is not available in EasyApache 3. EasyApache 3 is also scheduled for deprecation and will likely be removed in early 2018. Updating to EasyApache 4 is highly recommended before then. EasyApache 4 also provides PHP 7.0+. If you would like assistance with migrating your server to EasyApache 4, please open a support ticket with us so that we may guide you through the process.
     
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