a2enmod adds an apache module to your list of enabled modules. Previously
enabled modules will remain enabled.
On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 12:10 AM, Jochen Bick <jochen.b...@usys.ethz.ch>
> Hi Will and Ray,
> > You may need to load the mod_rewrite module. This can be done via:
> > sudo a2enmod rewrite
> I will try that. Is this also resetting the modules of apache?
> > -Will
> >> I presume you've restarted the web server after making this change?
> >> Apache's mod_rewrite (the module you are using to achieve the above)
> >> has a logging facility, which you might want to read about:
> Yes I did a restart. Maybe I put the code to the wrong position?
> I think I will also ask somewhere else for help.
> Cheers Jochen
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