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Look in your Apache error log to see if there is a message. Often there's a typo or other error in the .php file that stops it from running. In Ubuntu, the error log is in /var/log/apache2/error.log - you may need to sudo when trying to read it (in other words, sudo tail /var/log/apache2/error.log). It's also possible you haven't given apache (the user ...
You should not have to do a AddType in the httpd.conf as this should be added during the 'apt-get install php5' process. It sounds like you have no enabled PHP5 and looking at that guide it does not mention a2enmod. Please try: sudo a2enmod php5 then restart your Apache by doing a sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart or sudo service apache2 restart. Other ...
The article 'How to Export All Emails From cPanel' at ehow might be of help to you.
What else would I have to worry about Everything short of pretty much the data center being on fire. That's the "unmanaged" part: OS/software update? You need to install it. Bad performance? They installed Ubuntu; that doesn't mean they did any optimizing at all. Apache/MySQL/etc. crashed and your site's unreachable? You need to restart it. Security ...
Sanjeev, the problem is you most likely have not enabled mod_rewrite in Apache. when you create an instance on ec2 from scratch you need to enable each module. Once you have checked that mod_rewrite is enabled, check that the htaccess file was created correctly. Then re build the permalinks by simply going to settings -> permalinks and saving them again.
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