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new easyapache not working...

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by HollyRidge, Jul 13, 2003.

  1. HollyRidge

    HollyRidge Well-Known Member

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    When running the easy apache in the whm it got to a certain point and just stopped. Since that failed we went and tried do it from putty. We got an error about a file called nomodperl that supposed to be in the /scripts/ but no such file or directory. That was true as we looked and it does not exist. We also ran /scripts/updatenow and then /scripts/easyapache and still same error. Here is a snippet...
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    tried the killmoddav and that did not work either. Now for some reason what is happening is it is looking for a file /scripts/nomodperl that does not exist. Since it does not exist it is causing a fatal error. This is a toally different issue that the moddav one.

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    I had the same problem.
    I added the # to not load these mods:

    #LoadModule perl_module libexec/libperl.so
    #AddModule mod_perl.c

    This did it for me.

    Ronald

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    Thanks and I this looks like it will probably fix it but here is the thing... The main issue here that I am referring to is the install is trying to access a file in the /scripts directory that does not exist.
    This is my main point. Also as far as that goes and I notice no one has yet to answer the other primary question at hand... What if you need mod_perl... How do you reenable it?

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