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    apache_module: mod_rewrite - as a basic requirement

    hello dear linux-community

    if a server needs to meed some requirements - eg for installation wordpress and if the server needs to run

    eg see here:

    PHP 5.2.4 or greater
    MySQL 5.0 or greater
    The mod_rewrite Apache module
    then i need to have a closer look at the apache2handler in the php-ini

    Apache Version Apache
    Loaded Modules core mod_so http_core mod_authn_file mod_authn_core mod_authz_host mod_authz_groupfile mod_authz_user mod_authz_core mod_access_compat mod_auth_basic mod_auth_digest mod_socache_shmcb mod_watchdog mod_ratelimit mod_reqtimeout mod_filter mod_deflate mod_mime mod_log_config mod_env mod_mime_magic mod_expires mod_headers mod_usertrack mod_setenvif mod_version mod_session mod_session_cookie mod_ssl prefork mod_unixd mod_status mod_autoindex mod_dir mod_alias mod_php5

    all the mentioned are listed in the php-info.file

    note: here are no mod_rewrite Apache module
    so what
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    It's not a PHP thing, it's an apache thing. For Red Hat / Fedora I think it's already enabled and for Debian / Ubuntu etc. Run sudo a2enmod rewrite and restart apache.
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