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how to use apache2::uploadprogress

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    I have installed the module Apache2::UploadProgress on server for showing upload progress when i upload files
    (i'm not a server administrator)
    But(there's always a BUT) i can't configure this module to show the progress uploading I have read the documentation but i don't understand how to enable this feature

    Apache version:2.2.25

    Php version:5.3.27

    upload center :

    Please can you help me to enable this module

    THANKS A LOT
     
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    Hello :)

    Could you elaborate on the method you used to install the UploadProgress module? Are you using a specific script that utilizes it?

    Thank you.
     
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    I install this module from cpanel :Sofware----------Perl module-----------Install a Perl Module



    NB:i'am not a server administrator
     
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    Are you developing a custom script that utilizes this Perl module, or are you using a script that requires it? You may want to consult with your hosting provider to verify the Perl module is installed.

    Thank you.
     
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    i install the module from cpam and i don't know if it's enabled
    may i modify the php.ini or there's something to do
    THANKS FOR INTERESTING
     
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    Hello,

    If your hosting provider allows you to have your own php.ini file, or if you have your own server/vps then yes you can probably modify it. If you are using the system wide php.ini file, and are on shared web hosting, chances are you won't be able to modify it.

    Care should be taken however as a mistake can make PHP/Apache fail.

    If you installed the module via cpan, you can also test it using the examples
    found here.
     
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    Thankyou Mr Peter for your intresting
    I have read tehe documentation and i try it on local server but when the popup is displayed that's an error
    "localhost/updateprogress not found in this server"
    Is there any solution for this

    THANKS AGAIN
     
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    I highly suggest consulting with your web hosting provider. You can report this issue to them and they can assist you with the installation or possibly review your script to determine what mistakes you are making.

    Thank you.
     
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    Thanks Mr Michael i've contact the web hosting provider and i wait for answer
    THANKS AGAIN
     
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