Is it possible to install the default apache packages on CentOS?

Matheus Dias

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I need to install a custum aplication on a VPS CentOS 7.9, but I'm receiving those errors:

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For some reason, I can't install mod_ssl (it's not excluded on yum.conf).

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How can I solve that? I believe that cPanel/WHM has a particular version of CentOS, so I just need to be more close to the default version.

The second error: I believe that I need to remove the standard HostGator firewall to solve that. But I think it's a lot risky, right? There's some recommendations to do that securely?

ps.: It's ok to me don't use the standard apache configurations of cPanel. I really need just to install this custom app, not a site.
 

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Hey there! For the mod_ssl issue, that warning is just letting you know that you already have a newer package (the ea_ version) installed on the server. If your installer has an option to skip that dependency, I'd recommend doing that, as things will likely work fine. You can remove mod_ssl through EasyApache in WHM if you'd like to test that.

For the second issue, it would be best to speak with Hostgator directly to see what they have to say. I do see firewalld is setup on my personal CentOS 7 machine as that is included with the OS.
 

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Hey there! For the mod_ssl issue, that warning is just letting you know that you already have a newer package (the ea_ version) installed on the server. If your installer has an option to skip that dependency, I'd recommend doing that, as things will likely work fine. You can remove mod_ssl through EasyApache in WHM if you'd like to test that.

For the second issue, it would be best to speak with Hostgator directly to see what they have to say. I do see firewalld is setup on my personal CentOS 7 machine as that is included with the OS.
Hello! Unfortunately that doesn't works. I disable apache and mod_ssl at easyapache and nothing... The installer doesn't has an option to skip that dependency, at least I don't know it. Do you have another tip?

And thank you! For the second issue, hostgator did help me a lot.
 

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It might be best to speak with the developer of that package to see if there are any other workarounds available. It seems odd to me that it would require a specific version of the software even though a newer version is already installed, so it's possible that is an issue with the tool you are trying to install as well.
 
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