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Magento 2.3.4 fails install

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Magento 2.3.4 fails install

I have a completely reproducable failure sequence.  Please take a moment to view my video and review my notes.  I've been trying for months and I can not get Magento to install correctly.
https://youtu.be/DQGeB4KpG1U

 

video timeline ...

:26.13 Operting System Version
Unbuntu 19.10

:30.87 add user craig
* adduser craig
give user root privleges
* usermod -aG sudo craig

update repositories
* sudo add-apt-repository ppaSmiley Surprisedndrej/php
* sudo apt-get update

1:12 apache version/2.4.41
* apache2 -v

1:14.83 php version/7.3.15-3
* php -v

1:20.31 create database medifoodusa in phpmyadmin
demostrate user has privileges

1:50.30 create install folder "medifoodusa"
assign user magento chown
* sudo chown magento:www-data /var/www/html/medifoodusa/

composer version 1.9.3

1:54.77 change to magento user
* su magento
verify permissions of folder
* ls -la
run composer
many packages are now abandoned

3:11.33 set pre-installation permissions
* find var generated vendor pub/static pub/media app/etc -type f -exec chmod g+w {} + && find var generated vendor pub/static pub/media app/etc -type d -exec chmod g+ws {} + && chown -R :www-data . && chmod u+x bin/magento

3:24.69 run web site installation setup; this will fail during setup

5:19.16 apply fix to solve console error

8:24.71 Launch Magento Admin

8:39.61 same on FireFox

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Re: Magento 2.3.4 fails install

I finally got lucky to figure this out myself.  Coming across a list of possible fixes I was advised to check apache2 configuration to change AllowOverride from None to All

Here is the savior of text that saved my sorrow.

you just need to update the apache2.conf file.

On Ubuntu 16.04

  1. Open and edit the file /etc/apache2/apache2.conf
  2. Navigate to the place in the apache2.conf file *Directory /var/www/*
  3. Change "AllowOverride None" to "AllowOverride All"
  4. Save the file
  5. Restart apache2 -> sudo service apache2 restart

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Re: Magento 2.3.4 fails install

I finally got lucky to figure this out myself.  Coming across a list of possible fixes I was advised to check apache2 configuration to change AllowOverride from None to All

Here is the savior of text that saved my sorrow.

you just need to update the apache2.conf file.

On Ubuntu 16.04

  1. Open and edit the file /etc/apache2/apache2.conf
  2. Navigate to the place in the apache2.conf file *Directory /var/www/*
  3. Change "AllowOverride None" to "AllowOverride All"
  4. Save the file
  5. Restart apache2 -> sudo service apache2 restart

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