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arkain

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How do you know if it's installed? How do you check? I've tried it with .htaccess, and all I got nothing, but
Internal Server Error
The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.
Please contact the server administrator, [email protected] and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error.

More information about this error may be available in the server error log.


Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.
How do I install this to my cpanel if it's not installed...

cPanel.net Support Ticket Number:
 

rix

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try this in your httpd.conf

<IfDefine rewrite>
RewriteLog "/usr/local/apache/logs/rewrite_log"
</IfDefine>
 

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What does "Try this...mean?" adding that line in the file? where does that file located?
 

rix

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hmm...

file located at /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf

edit that file and put the line where ever u like.

restart apache

and tail -f /usr/local/apache/logs/rewrite_log

open new browser and test ur rewrite config

something gonna show up in rewrite_log
 

rix

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what i gave you its not a fix but its for u to check out if rewrite module is working or not and if it does its to check if ur rewrite config is working the way u want it or not. its a way to debug what went wrong.

quick fix? perhaps recompile ur apache using /scripts/easyapache or compile it using WHM.
 

rix

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maybe you should try this before considering to recompile apache. type /usr/local/apache/bin/httpd -l

see the list if theres mod_rewrite.so listed. If it does, it means ur apache is compiled with mod_rewrite enabled
 

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recompile your apace using /scripts/easyapache or use the tool in WHM. Both needs root
 

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Select skill level:
If it is possible for you to run phpsuexec, we recommend you do this
by choosing option 2, or using the advanced options.

phpsuexec combinded with webroot protection will prevent people
from reading other users webroots. If you are unable to use
phpsuexec we recommend you enable PHP open_basedir security
inside of Web Host Manager.

The following does not work with phpsuexec: php commands in
.htaccess, php http authentication.

1) Beginner without/phpsuexec + webroot protection support (*** DEFAULT ***)
2) Beginner with/phpsuexec support + web root protection
3) Beginner with/php mcrypt support (if php will not compile, you must choose op
tion 1)
4) Beginner with/php gd+freetype support (if php will not compile, you must choo
se option 1)
5) Beginner with/php gd+freetype+mcrypt support (if php will not compile, you mu
st choose option 1)
6) Advanced (Experts Only, At Your Own Risk)
Which do i pick?
 

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hmm... this i cannot help you. seriously it depends on you. As for me, since i know the work around it, i choose 6. but as for you, its up to u to decide
 

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I've done all the steps, and yet...it's still not on the list...is there a way to fix this? or add the module manually?
 
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