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Apache: how to run PHP files via CGI as normal user and without them being executable

Background Config of server I want to mimic I have access to a CentOS 7 server with cPanel/WHM installed, running EasyApache4 with the following configuration: # /usr/local/cpanel/bin/...
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PHP and suexec on Debian Stretch

I am trying to get suexec working with PHP on Debian Stretch (Apache 2.4.25). I have the Debian package's default set of modules loaded plus cgid and php7.0. This is the VirtualHost block I'm using ...
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Scipts cgi and suexec

I have a httpd server SuexecUserGroup netmet netmet DocumentRoot /home/netmet/html ServerName ServerAdmin ErrorLog /var/log/httpd/netmet.error TransferLog ...
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Apache suexec won't work with strace

I have an Apache instance with mod_suexec enabled. I'm trying to debug a problem and am starting Apache with strace to try and see what's happening. However, when I start Apache like this: # strace ...
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Service httpd is failing to start - fcgid can't create shared memory

I'm not sure why, but when I try to start the httpd service, it will not start. Server config: OS: CentOS 5.10 PHP: 5.5.7 Apache: 2.2.3 I built mod_fcgid from source, put it into the /etc/httpd/...
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suexec with chrooted environment

I'm trying to get a chrooted Apache environment working running mod_fcgid with suexec. Looking at suexec log inside jail, the wrapper scripts are being executed with no problems, however, when I look ...
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Changing suEXEC Path / CentOS 6

I have recently installed httpd on a Centos 6 server. From what I see suEXEC was compiled with the values below; -D AP_DOC_ROOT="/var/www" -D AP_GID_MIN=100 -D AP_HTTPD_USER="apache" -D ...