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jimbofoxman
500 Server Error

Version 2.2.3 Final according to the changelog.txt file.

I moved the site within my domain. I did this one before but I can remember having this issue.

Basically I moved all the files from the root to a new directory.

from http://www.domainname.com

to http://www.domainname.com/newdirectory

Then I went in, CHMOD the mainfile.php and just added "/newdirectory" to the appropriate places. CHMOD the mainfile.php back to 444 and got the 500 Server Error.

I emptied the cache and template_c folders as well.

Don't know if it's a .htaccess file thing (moved it as well)

It does have

RedirectMatch "^/xoops/?$" "http://www.domainname.com/"

This was for the original install I did several years ago where I installed it first in the xoops directory then moved it to the root.

There is something installed in the root so I can't tell the redirect to redirect from the root or they'd never see the main site.

Any thoughts? THANKS

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ghia
Re: 500 Server Error
  • 2011/2/4 9:25

  • ghia

  • Community Support Member

  • Posts: 4953

  • Since: 2008/7/3 1


Did you empty the cache directory?
Verify also in your files (eg theme) if the full URL was used.
Same goes for the use of it in your database. Do a search in your backup and correct.

But it is also possible that your URL rewriting is failing. I should think that you have to add the subdirectory there as well.

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Yurdal
Re: 500 Server Error
  • 2011/2/4 9:30

  • Yurdal

  • Friend of XOOPS

  • Posts: 375

  • Since: 2005/3/27


Do you have any .htaccess file in your root ?
Try to remove this and try it again, i have some problems with some hosts like one.com when im use .htaccess

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