http/https error message in plain text

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by manarak, Jan 22, 2013.

  1. manarak

    manarak Member

    ISPconfig panel works in https mode, so when trying to access via http, an error message is displayed.

    Here is the message (I anonymized the domain name):
    The problem is that this message appears in plain text in the browser, it doesn't get interpreted as HTML by the browser.
    What could be the cause of this behavior?
  2. Ben

    Ben ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    I'd pesonally say that there is something broken in the config. You might check with httpfox (Plugin for firefox) or similar stuff what the delivered content-type is in the http header. But I assume it is plain text and not text/html.
    Thus any config setting for serving either the default or custom error pages must be wrong.
    Sorry to be so unclear.

    You might also check the access / error log while reproducing this behaviour, maybe this might give you a hint as well.

    did this beahaviour just appear for specific vhosts and / or out of a sudden or since the first setup?
  3. manarak

    manarak Member

    It happens on all servers I installed with Falko's "perfect server" How-to for Debian with Apache and ISPConfig3, when choosing the "secure" option for in the ispconfig installation routine.

    All other pages, including error pages, appear fine.

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