I’m running W3TC with WordPress 3.0.1 hosted on IX Web Hosting, a low-cost hosting service with a shared Linux server running Apache 1.3. Their service tends to be a bit bare-bones, and these things don’t pass the W3TC compatibility check:
PHP Timezone: Not set
Opcode cache: Not installed
Memcache extension: Not installed
mod_mime: Not detected
mod_expires: Not detected
mod_deflate / mod_gzip: Not detected
mod_headers: Not detected
mod_env: Not detected
mod_setenvif: Not detected
mod_rewrite: Not detected
What are the consequences of these not being available, and how would an end user like me typically go about enabling them?
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