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Not able to start redhat httpd service

When I try to start the httpd service it is failing with the error : output of journalctl -xe . output of systemctl status httpd.service I tried to change the port number in httpd.conf file. But I got the same error. Can anyone please help? Answer try check your config, validate from command apachectl configtest

RewriteCond works sometimes

This is my code on /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/dynamic-vhosts.conf: My problem is, in some cases it’s force to HTTPS, but in other cases it’s not. Example: On some desktops browsers, it’s redirect to HTTPS, but on mobile browsers or on others desktops/servers browsers, it’s not. Anybody can help me? Answer Try this, but I am not so sure that this will fix your

Setup Node.JS Server on Ubuntu

I am using the MEAN Stack and I could run my frontend already. After ng build I moved all the content in the dist folder to var/www/html and could access my website. I’m using Apache and my frontend is now available online. The problem is now my backend. I am using Node.js but I have no clue how I can

htaccess misconfiguration 500

So basically i created a .htaccess file which removes .html extension and redirects /file.html to /file but when i write /file.html/ it causes a 500 internal server error, How can I map/file.html/ to my custom error page ? or simply redirect that also to /file.html Here is the code : Answer With your shown samples, could you please try following(comments

Is it safe to set AllowOverride all on /var/www/ directory in production?

By default Apache configuration file (/etc/apache2/apache2.conf) is as follows: And we can set AllowOverride to All, to allow overriding Apache configs per directory. I am wondering if this might cause security issues. Answer Beyond the obvious security problems of allowing configuration modifications in a public document root there is also a performance impact. What happens with AllowOverride is that Apache

Cannot run Apache2 server in ubuntu [closed]

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Ubuntu Modoboa from NGINX to APACHE2: HttpS 403 forbidden while HTTP is correctly accessible. (mod_WSGI)

Resources: LINUX UBUNTU 20.04 Apache/2.4.41 (Ubuntu) Server Port 443 Certbot verified HTTPS. Latest version of Modoboa installed by the tutorial of mod_wsgi (sudo apt-get install libapache2-mod-wsgi-py3) in HTTP the sites loads of Modoboa and is accessible (so this means python3 installation all good everything working fine in Apache2). Problem: in HTTPS it returns: 403 Forbidden You don’t have permission to

Class ‘IlluminateSupportfacadesHttp’ not found

My Laravel app was running successfully locally on my PC using WAMP server When I deployed my app on a RedHat server, I faced the below error when I make an HTTP request: The only difference is the PHP version composer.json And please note that locally, i upgraded my laravel version from laravel 5 to laravel 7 from the beginning.