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Dedicated Server Internal Server Error | Forum

Shaun Dec 9 '16
Get internal error when trying to visit the installed oxwall page. Im running it on a ovh dedicated server using CWP panel that has mod_rewrite enabled by default.I pasted in terminal the following command "/usr/local/apache/bin/httpd -M|grep rewrite" and it came back with a response of (httpd: Could not reliably determine the server's fully qualified domain name, using 2607:5300:60:72a2:: for ServerNameSyntax OKrewrite_module (static))------------------------------------Error on page is Internal Server Error
The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.
dave Leader
dave Dec 9 '16
Hi shaun, is your host name  host.example.com  a fully qualified domain name.  That means is that a registered domain and a valid hostname?  


see here  http://stackoverflow.com/...ified-domain-name-us

Also check your htaccess file you may have an error in it.  If not sure then just put it back to the default version you can get from the download. 

Once you can get the site up then, run this free checker to see how your server does.  You will get a better report if the shell_exec is enabled.


But intil then be sure to check the RIGHT SIDE of this page to check the requirements.. http://www.oxwall.org/hosting

The Forum post is edited by dave Dec 9 '16
Shaun Dec 10 '16
Oxwall was install via softaculous and the .htacess file is http://pastebin.com/tXCY6LqK.

Also checked the requirements and everything checks out ok.

Im thinking it has something to do with the domain since the new user i added to the panel dont have a real registered domain it caused other scipts to not have the images displayed sicne its trying to reach a domain that is non existant. ill try to install oxwall on my main user  manually  with a registered domain and post results

The Forum post is edited by Shaun Dec 10 '16
dave Leader
dave Dec 10 '16
My advice, never install any script via auto installers from cpanel.  I love cpanel but those auto installers are pretty much junk IMO.   There have been alot of issues over the years regarding those installers.   If you want a firm and solid install, download the script and install it manually.  

And that looks like the default htaccess file so i think your fine there. 

The Forum post is edited by dave Dec 10 '16
Aliya Team
Aliya Dec 12 '16
did you check your error logs?