Arnel C
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Hello Jung,

Thanks for your question about verifying the Apache configuration file.  For certain commands, you would need more access to the server in order to see the configuration file.  In this case, as you are on a shared server, you will not have that kind of access.  However, cPanel provides that information for you already.  Apache is installed on the server and is part of the configuration used by the server hosting your account.  It's not installed through an account owner, in this type of account.  

You can go to cPanel and then look at the Server Information and you will see the current Apache version - which is 2.4.53.

Also, per my previous answer, the issue with your images not showing is not a memory problem.  When we try to look at an assigned image, it is showing a 404 error that indicates that the file is not there.  This could indicate that the file names don't match, the file is in another location, it has bad path, or it could simply not be on the server.

I hope this helps to clarify the issue.  The server configuration you're using does have access up to 2 GB RAM. It should sufficient to display your images. 

If you have any further questions or comments, please let us know.

Kindest Regards,

Arnel C.