DDSameera

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I would like to replicate my problem

1. WHM panel > Easy apache 4 > Select "Apache module" tab > select mod_suphp

2. I try to compile it, but "provision" button is inactive
 

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cPRex

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Hey there! When you say the yum commands didn't work, are you saying there were additional errors there or that it didn't resolve the EA4 interface issue?

Normally I would expect you to receive the following warning when enabling that module:

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If you didn't click "yes" on that, it wouldn't apply that selection, and then there would not be any changes to provision. Can you check that on your side again and see if that notification does appear?
 

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I'm glad things are working well for you now! It sounds like there may have been deeper package conflicts on the machine causing this issue if a reinstall fixed the problem. If you run into anything else in the future just let us know!