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Ubuntu 13.10 includes an upgrade to Apache 2.4 that has major gotchas

That is, this update will break your sites.

The main breaking changes:

  • Configuration files need to be renamed from 000-example to 000-example.conf (best to delete the symlink in /etc/apache2/sites-enabled, rename (mv 000-example 000-example.conf) in /etec/apache2/sites-avaliable, and then sudo a2ensite 000-example.conf.
  • The two lines Order allow,deny / Allow from all are replaced with a single line, Require all granted.

See more: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/upgrading.html

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