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  • Java servlets do not work with mod_userdir-based URLs because Tomcat requires you to add additional directives to the virtual host.

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  • The following PHP Handers handlers do not allow you to use the Apache mod_userdir module.  

    • PHP via CGI.
    • FastCGI.
    • PHP-FPM.

    Select the tabs below for directions on how to use this module:

    Localtab Group

    titleEasyApache 3

    To use Apache's mod_userdir module, perform the following actions in WHM's Configure PHP and suEXEC interface (WHM >> Home >> Security Center >> Configure PHP and suEXEC):

    • Set the PHP Handler 5  option to  suphp.
    • Set the Apache suEXEC option to off.

    titleEasyApache 4:

    To use Apache's mod_userdir module, perform the following actions:

    • Make certain that the mod_suphp module is installed in the Apache Modules section of WHM's EasyApache 4 Interface (WHM >> Home >> Software >> EasyApache 4).
    • Select suphp for each version of PHP installed on your system in the PHP Handlers section of WHM's MultiPHP INI Editor interface (WHM >> Home >> Software >> MultiPHP Manager).