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Easy apache rebuild problem

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by janicekoh, Dec 12, 2007.

  1. janicekoh

    janicekoh Member

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    I am trying to rebuild my apache on RHEL3 using Easy::Apache v3.2.0 Build 3466.

    I have tried rebuilding on Apache 1.3 and 2.0. I have ticked "OpenSSL" and "mySQL".

    Still giving out the same error as below.


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    Info:
    Profile entry 'Cpanel::Easy::Apache::Openssl' does not exist so will be ignored.
    That simply means that this option was available at one time and is now no longer available.
    Easy::Apache does not automatically remove it for you as its possible its a module that could be re-added later (custom mod or different tree) and your previous setting for it will remain intact.
    You can simply ignore this message or remove it from the profile it is in.

    Entry passed to save into profile is invalid.

    Entry passed to save into profile is invalid.

    Entry passed to save into profile is invalid.

    Info:
    Profile entry 'Cpanel::Easy::PHP4::Mysql' does not exist so will be ignored.
    That simply means that this option was available at one time and is now no longer available.
    Easy::Apache does not automatically remove it for you as its possible its a module that could be re-added later (custom mod or different tree) and your previous setting for it will remain intact.
    You can simply ignore this message or remove it from the profile it is in.

    ... Profile validation failed.

    #########################


    Thank you.
     

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    cPanelKenneth cPanel Development
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    Try recreating your profile based on one of the stock profiles.
     
  3. janicekoh

    janicekoh Member

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    Thanks. It works.
     
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