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Old 19th July 2010, 03:06
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Default Error with suexec enabled

Hello all,

In ISPConfig I have suexec enabled for my server and everything is working perfect.
However, I have two statistic - pages in /usr/share/* and they give with suexec enabled "error 500". With suexec disabled there are no errors.

The first page is located in /usr/share/mailgraph and is called in a browser with http://www.domain.nu/mailgraph
For this I use the attached mailgraph.conf wich is located in /etc/htpd/conf.d

The second page is located in /usr/share/awstats/* and is called in a browser with http://www.domain.nu/awstats/awstats...=www.domain.nu
Awstats adjusted the httpd.conf file during config ( see attached httpd.conf file )

Is there a way that suexec makes an exception for those two pages (directories) ? I prefer suexec enabled for my server.
Or do I have to change ownership to apache:apache ?

Help would be appreciated ....
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File Type: txt httpd.conf.txt (498 Bytes, 163 views)
File Type: txt mailgraph.conf.txt (290 Bytes, 161 views)
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