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The Kunena team has announce the arrival of Kunena 6.2.1 [K 6.2.1] which is now available for download as a native Joomla extension for J! 4.3.x/4.4.x/5.0.x. This version addresses most of the issues that were discovered in K 6.1.0 and issues discovered during the last development stages of K 6.1
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The fact is that I am running Apache 2.4 without both of them and I don't see any errors.
Please tell me if this documentation is based on Apache 2.2.
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I don't know how (or if) mod_cache is used in J! 3.5. mod_rewrite is used by Joomla on Apache for rewriting Joomla SEF URLs .
chiripas wrote: The documentation ( www.kunena.org/docs/en/requirements ) says that Apache mod_cache and mod_rewrite are required to run Kunena.
Websites can run J! 3.5 without mod_cache or mod_rewrite unless you decide to use the Joomla-supplied .htaccess file. Although the Kunena documentation says these things are "required ... for the sake of completeness", they are not mandatory requirements unless, as I've said, you need the .htaccess file to enable other features built into Joomla.
1) You are using Joomla 3.5 + Apache 2.4 with the standard Joomla .htaccess file (i.e. the renamed htaccess.txt file)
2) You do not have the Apache mod_rewrite() or mod_cache() modules enabled on your server
3) You have enabled both Joomla's Search Engine Friendly URLs and Use URL Rewriting settings.
4) You do not get any HTTP 500 Internal Server errors
Then ask them if it is a Joomla requirement that Apache 2.4 can run with the mod_rewrite() or mod_cache() modules to use the Joomla global configuration settings in the way that you are using them.
Please post a link to your questions at the Joomla forum here so that we may follow the discussion.