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I try to use the Froxlor in CentOS,


My apache, php, mysql installed by epel.


Web server settings, I have modified the settings, the path is the path of apache, permissions for apache: apache.


 


After I created the Customers, apache configuration files and home directories have not been created?


selinux I did not start.


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