Yet Another Internal Server Error/.htaccess Post

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by n0h4t, Jun 16, 2009.

  1. n0h4t

    n0h4t New Member

    Hi All,

    Firstly thanks to Falko, Till and the other moderators for a great job they are doing here.

    I have installed a php script by the name of "amember" on an ISPConfig controlled machine running Centos 5.2 & Apache 2 and I get this "internal error 500" message with my .htaccess files. These files are necessary for my "amember" script and altering them is not an option.

    I have read similar posts on this forum and tried many of the solutions and I have come to a dead end and wondered if anyone would be kind enough to give me some advice.

    Sample Error.log:
    Things I Tried httpd.conf:-

    General
    &

    Directories
    .htaccess file in root:-
    .htaccess file in sample directory:-
    Just in case this might be needed the Virtualhost entry:-

    As with the other people with similar problems when I rename my .htaccess files everything works fine, well the error doesn't occur. Sorry for such a long post!

    Thanks in advance!

    Best Regards,

    Dave
     
  2. till

    till Super Moderator

    The error message explians it already, you have options in your .htaccess file that yre not allowed for .htaccess files in your setup. So the solution is the same then posted in all similar threads, either you add these directives to the apache directives field of the website in ispconfig which is the preferred solution or you allow overriding of all values trogh .htaccess files which works but is insecure.
     
  3. HooGLaNDeR

    HooGLaNDeR New Member

    It seems that mod rewrite hasn't been enabled.
     
  4. till

    till Super Moderator

    No, thats not related to mod_rewrite. Just do what I suggested above.
     
  5. n0h4t

    n0h4t New Member

    Thanks Till & Hooglander for taking the time to answer my post. I 'll give it a try later tonight, thanks again.

    Best Regards,

    Dave
     
  6. HooGLaNDeR

    HooGLaNDeR New Member

    You can use the "thanks" button under the post ;) This has the same effect.
     

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