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I would love to know where the mod_proxy module is located, and also how to edit /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf... If not, an alternative file I can use to add a few directives.

asked 10 Aug '11, 14:26

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The answer to your question depends on what application type this is, What application type is it?

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answered 10 Aug '11, 17:42

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wordpress...

(10 Aug '11, 19:27) tekknolagi tekknolagi's gravatar image

Wordpress is hosted on the shared Apache server and so you can not edit the httpd.conf file, you can define directives in an .htaccess file. Only directives that are valid in .htaccess will work, so 'Load foo' will not, but mod_proxy should already be loaded.

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