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Old 21st April 2012, 15:22
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Default Using mod_spdy With Apache2 On Debian Squeeze - ISPConfig Problem

Hello

I followed the tutorial to install mod_spdy on my ISPConfig Web Server and got it running.

However there seems to be compability problems with the ISPConfig Control Panel. Whenever I login to ISPConfig, the navigations are not working (top-/sidenavigation).

I would really appreciate it if this could be checked

For the moment, everyone else having this problem can manually edit the ispconfig.vhost in /etc/apache2/sites-available and add:

<IfModule spdy_module>
# Turn on mod_spdy. To completely disable mod_spdy, you can set
# this to "off".
SpdyEnabled off
</IfModule>

to deactivate spdy for the CP.

Regards,
MaddinXx
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