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Sep 2017
daizumi
@daizumi
Sep 04 2017 21:25
hi there, anyone around to give me a hand fixing htaccess stuff?
just uploaded my site to the server and the panel is not accessible
I'm afraid it might be messing up with the config the server already had from before for subdomains and stuff like that. I couldn't find any other htaccess file anywhere though
Ian Cox
@ian-cox
Sep 04 2017 21:29
Are you being redirected anythere?
Any error messages?
daizumi
@daizumi
Sep 04 2017 21:35
no error in /panel
subpages do work in my frontend though
hi Ian, and thanks!
Ian Cox
@ian-cox
Sep 04 2017 21:36
so when you go to /panel what do you see?
daizumi
@daizumi
Sep 04 2017 21:37
browser can;t find the page
"This page isn’t working"
Ian Cox
@ian-cox
Sep 04 2017 21:37
oh that is strange
are you sure the .htaccess file exists on the server?
daizumi
@daizumi
Sep 04 2017 21:38
it does
otherwise subpages wouldn't work, would they? yes, I also find it strange, but I get pretty lost when it comes to htaccess
Ian Cox
@ian-cox
Sep 04 2017 21:40
that seems right :/
Plagasul
@plagasul
Sep 04 2017 21:42
how would one go into troubleshooting a non working panel ? a 500 internal server error does not give much insight :worried:
Ian Cox
@ian-cox
Sep 04 2017 21:44
and the panel works on your local?
daizumi
@daizumi
Sep 04 2017 21:44
yes
not just in local, it works in another server, where we've been testing for a month or so
coudl it be php version?
but again, frontend works just fine, it'd be strange
Ian Cox
@ian-cox
Sep 04 2017 21:45
I doubt it
I wonder if 'panel’ is used by the domain host for something
daizumi
@daizumi
Sep 04 2017 21:51
:O
no, it doesn't work
but...
it tries to load a page in the frontend called like that
wait, no, maybe I should try the first method in that threat to be sure
hmmm, weird, when I use the first method in the threat (changing both the folder name as the rewrite rule) the error is the same. however, is I put the rewrite rule back to normal, the custom panel path tries to load a frontend page
doesn that mean something's wrong with the htaccess?
I have a plugin installed (cachebuster) which requires something in the htaccess, so I'm not using the default Kriby htaccess, could that have to do with that?
daizumi
@daizumi
Sep 04 2017 21:58
just tried the default htaccess and it didn't work either
(Kirby's default I mean)
Ian Cox
@ian-cox
Sep 04 2017 22:06
not sure what else to try short of poking around your hosting settings
if you ssh into the server and cd up a few levels, are there other .htaccess files above that might be conflicting?
daizumi
@daizumi
Sep 04 2017 22:10
fixed!!!!
Ian Cox
@ian-cox
Sep 04 2017 22:10
what did you find?
php-mbstring was missing
Ian Cox
@ian-cox
Sep 04 2017 22:10
nice!
daizumi
@daizumi
Sep 04 2017 22:10
thanks a lot Ian!!!
Ian Cox
@ian-cox
Sep 04 2017 22:11
the forum is always a great source, glad you were able to figure it out!
daizumi
@daizumi
Sep 04 2017 22:18
indeed it is