How to solve rules in httpd.conf not executing.
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Article describing how to enable gzip compression for Apache on Fedora 14
To restart Apche simply issue the following command: /etc/init.d/httpd restart
Got this error when trying to use MySql in a PHP page on a Fedora install. What had happened is PHP wasn’t installed with MySql support. However it is simple to fix. Open up PuTTY and enter in the following: yum install php-mysql /sbin/service httpd restart
One common thing to happen when you have set up a new server with Apache and everything is realise all your rules in .htaccess are not working. This is usually to do with the AllowOverride Directive. By default this is set to None which means Apache will ignore all .htaccess files. Many people say that [...]
Setting up a Virtual Host in Apache, however although everything looked correct every time I hit the site I just got the Fedora Test page: I eventually found out that although my httpd.conf file was correct (shown below) permissions were set incorrectly on the web folder. To solve I granted 0777 permissions to the web [...]
Article detailing how to install Apache, MySQL and PHP on a Rackspace Cloud Fedora instance
To restart Apache from the command line from a Amazon EC2 Instance simply type: /sbin/service httpd restart