How do I enable different Apache modules with Webuzo?

Some modules are disabled by default in the Apache config which is provided by Webuzo . 

You can edit the config file according to your needs on which modules you want to enable . 

Edit this : /usr/local/apps/apache/etc/httpd.conf  

If the required module is commented out by a "#" sign then uncomment it by removing the "#" sign and then restart the Apache service

To check if your module is loaded or not execute this command : httpd -M on the terminal. 

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