Drupal comes with a number of core modules automatically included with Drupal 7.x. Many of these modules were automatically enabled when you installed Drupal if you selected the standard Drupal installation profile (which you probably did, if you followed the instructions in Chapter 2). As such, many of these modules have already been covered in depth in previous chapters; the block and comment modules are two such examples. But what happens if you need to enable and configure another module not previously covered or enabled by default?
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