htaccess does not work on Ubuntu Dapper Drake
I need some help with setup my Apache. I did the Perfect Setup on the server where ISPConfig is running. The problem is that Apache ignores my .htaccess files in the web directorys.
For example, I have here a directory /data/www/web9/web where a .htaccess is present (ReWrite and Auth doesn't work, configuration is OK because on my other server this works very well and writing the rules directly into teh vhost config gets them running).
Looking into /var/log/apache2/error.log on LogLevel debug doesn't show any error, so the file is ignored because I get the index.html and a corresponding entry in the access-log.
Changing the entry to this state:
Options +Includes -Indexes -ExecCGI
Allow from all
<Files ~ "^\.ht">
Deny from all
doesn't bring any effect :-(. Also a AllowOverride directive in the vhost config doesn't have any effect.
So the only conclusion is that ISPConfig uses a configuration, which ignores .htaccess files, if you install it on a standard Ubuntu Apache (which in other cases does not ignore .htaccess).
So whats wrong there, I need help here!
Btw. I've also seen that there are Filter-Directives in the vhost configuration which produce an error on the configuration. Is there a special meaning behind, because I don't see what they should do.