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@hotwebmatter's answer above helped me with this issue, so I'll add instructions: Check the status of SELinux: getenforce. In my case, the status was enabled, so I needed to disable it. Disable SELinux: sudo nano /etc/selinux/config, then change SELINUX=enabled to SELINUX=disabled. Reboot: systemctl reboot Check the status of your Solr server again at /...


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i resolved the problem by: in centos: /etc/httpd/sites-available/[domain_name].conf <VirtualHost [domain_name]:80> ServerName www.[domain_name] ServerAlias [domain_name] and, since my domain name has dash, i used this regex: [._:-]


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You are probably trying to install a 1.x version of Login Security. According to the module page, it supports Drupal 9 from version 2.0. So check your composer.json and make sure you are trying to install the 2.0 version.


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