Mautic installation issue at Step 6: Configure Apache2 Web Server

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    Hi

    After I finished the Step 6: Configure Apache2 Web Server, I met same problem

    as the description http://note.youdao.com/s/IAZaE8SE

     

    Then I followed your tips to double check the apache config file as following steps

    http://note.youdao.com/s/APnmae62

    But after that, it is the same, how to solve it?

     

    By the way, When I follow the step : Optional: Secure with a Free SSL.

    I finished the Step 1 — Install the Let’s Encrypt Client

    But I was stuck in the Step 2 — Set Up the SSL Certificate

    Please have a look http://note.youdao.com/s/ErRg91Ov

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    Hasan AboulHasan
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    Hi friend, please try deleting the default conf files for apache, and restart the apache service, then try again.

    for the MySQL error, its a credentials error, please double-check the user and the pass

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    “please try deleting the default conf files for apache”

    Do you mean the file located in /etc/apache2/apache.config?

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    Hasan AboulHasan
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    The default files, its in the image you sent me, beside the mautic conf file that you created
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    I checked the file mautic.xxx.conf, but i failed to find any problem
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    when I enter server name in web browser, it shows:
    <h2 class=”panel-title”>Mautic Installation – Environment Check</h2>
    The date.timezone setting is not set in your PHP configuration. Mautic has set the default timezone to ‘UTC’ but we suggest setting this in your PHP configuration.

     

    Is this the point ???

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    Hi dear Hasan

     

    Yes, I deleted the other conf file and restart apache, now everything ok, i have finished the installation

     

    Many thanks

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    Hasan AboulHasan
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    Great!
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