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MySQL / Re: Mysql Package Exhausted
« on: May 11, 2018, 09:05:39 PM »
I have this issue also.  No way to increase >10 in package manager.

Apache / mod_rerwrite not working
« on: April 30, 2018, 11:52:53 PM »
I installed CentOS Web Panel and I am unable to get mod_rewrite to work with a WordPress installation (for instance, I get a '403' - Forbidden when editing a post).
I have looked here and elsewhrer and tried all the fixes.
The Permalinks setting keeps putting index.php in the structure.
I have edited the httpd.conf file to have "AllowOverride All"; no change.
Recompiled Apache rewrite is enabled in the compiler.
httpd -M shows module is active "rewrite (shared").
php info shows NO loaded modules.
The WordPress .htaccess file is correct.
Disabling all plugins has no effect.
Posts are displaying correctly without the "index.php"
There are no upstream .htaccess files.
httpd seems to be correct:
Vhosts seems to be correct:
There seems to be two (2) versions of mod_rewrite:
one at /usr/local/apache/modules 96,344 b
another at:/usr/lib64/httpd/modules 69,056
I'm wondering if this is some sort on Nginx issue.

Php is very fussy about "garbage" characters that you cannot generally see.
There are such characters in the default installation files, located here in the first line of the script which I will show here with tildes "`",:
The solution is to open this file in Notepad++ or other text editor, highlight what appears to be white space, between the second 'p' in php and the first slash '/' and replace it with a real space.  Or you can just delete everything in between the 'p' and '/':
p/ and then add a real space.
Brian Brown, Ph.D.

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