You have an account at a shared A* (eg. LAMP) hosting provider. You want to know which Apache modules are available so you can use them in a .htaccess.
If the host has
mod_php you could simply use the
If not (no PHP, or PHP as CGI), use
detect-Apache-modules makes use of some core Apache configuration available
in .htaccess to report which modules are available.
Edit .htaccess to replace:
- 'http://my-host/apache-modules' with the target base URL
- '/apache-modules' with the target URL path
Put those files in a directory on the target host:
Open list.html remotely. You'll get the result in your browser.
Updating the probed modules
The list of modules which are probed is static.
This list is in two files which must be in sync
If they are not in sync, some modules may be incorrectly reported as not installed, or not reported at all.
To add more modules to the list you can manually modify the files or use setup.php to add modules from an existing host.
- a host which has PHP running with
.htaccesswriteable by Apache
Load setup.php from a web browser remotely. The
list.json will be read,
combined with the local list of installed Apache modules and both
.htaccess files will be updated.
Copyright and license
Copyright 2011 Olivier Mengué
License: Apache License, version 2.0
See LICENSE.txt or http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.html