Hello, On a Virtualbox VM with Centos 7,
if I do: $ sudo httpd -M |grep rewrite_module I get: rewrite_module (shared) 2.- If I browse index.php with the following code:
- else echo "mod_rewrite disabled";
I get on browser: mod_rewrite disabled
How can I resolve this discrepancy and have mod_rewrite enabled ?
I followed tutorials to enable mod_rewrite, but the Centos 7 VM does not enable it. Any Idea? This is my last step to have SS4 working, I appreciate any advice. Thanks and regards
Have you tested to see if it's actually working on a webpage?
I'd have thought the latest fluent would be past that. 5.7 has been around for a while
See http://www.silverstrip.es/blog/fixing-mysql-5-7-troubles-easily/ There is even a SS4 fix, which does the same as your code. https://github.com/sunnysideup/silverstripe-mysql-5-7-fix/blob/master/_config.php#L9 I could bet there is a config for it
Anyone know of a SS module for integrating with Xero for things like generating invoices? Or have you just used their PHP library direct?
(Ignore the 2nd result, the README only mentions Xero in passing)