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In what directory/path can I save additional modules in cPanel environment?

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    In what directory or path can I save additional modules like mod_expires, mod_pagespeed, etc in a cPanel, CentOs 6 environment? I know that cPanel does not allow modifications of the httpd.conf file since it will be overwritten during the next update. cPanel uses /usr/… directories instead. Are they already created during setup? If so, what user file do I use?
     
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    Re: In what directory/path can I save additional modules in cPanel environm

    Hello :)

    The following thread should be useful to you:

    Mod_Layout Install

    It's in regard to Mod_Layout but the same advice applies to other custom Apache modules.

    Thank you.
     
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