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I've run into a bit of a problem today. I was attempting customize a virtual host for an Apache server and followed the steps outlined here, http://woshka.com/blog/apache/how-to-have-custom-virtualhost-configurations-without-overwrite.html. I did not initially configure this server and am new to CPanel configuration.

After I completed the steps I describe below, the server now delivers any php pages as downloads. When I looked closer, it seems that http.conf is not being re-generated from the template in /var/cpanel/templates/apache2/main.default. I copied main.default to main.local and its still does not seem to generate the original http.conf.

Is there a way to revert any changes I had made back to what was there prior?

After this step in the instructions, which had a syntax error:

 /scripts/ensure_vhost_includes username

I did this instead:

/scripts/ensure_vhost_includes --user=testuser

After this, from reading other resources, I did the following:

/usr/local/cpanel/bin/apacheconfdistiller --update
/usr/local/cpanel/bin/buildapacheconf
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Is that acceptable for you to re-compile Apache using the cPanel easyapache script? –  Andrew Oct 1 '11 at 9:04
    
Yeah, it would have been. Luckily the issue was resolved by a support ticket. Thanks for the comment. –  Geuis Oct 3 '11 at 0:48

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You can revert the changes by running this command:

/scripts/rebuildhttpdconf

as decribed here: how to rebuild httpd.conf

If you provide more details concerning what you are trying to accomplish, I could guide you through those steps as well in order to resolve your issue.

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