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Old 21st August 2011, 21:23
wolfric wolfric is offline
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Tried 755 and 777 and even with 777 it still comes up with that error.
I've checked in /var/log/apache2/(access.log,error.log,suexec.log and other_vhosts_access.log)

The only thing that shows when i try access the page that's throwing the 500 error, is an access.log entry. I think the error in the first post i made was only when i attempted to change the php option in ispconfig.
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