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Internal server error 500, apache extension - how to fix htacces file without shell a

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by bbxx, Jun 18, 2004.

  1. bbxx

    bbxx Registered

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    I use cpanel, i put Rewrite Rule in apache extensions. after that in result there is error 500 and i can`t do anything to fix it - i dont have shell acces, so i cannot edit .htacces file. help!!! it is urgent!!!

    i cannot delete any extensions, i was trying everything... and my provider is sleeping and not responding :(
     
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    Did you try using FTP to edit the .htaccess file?
     
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    ftp wont allow you to see . files only sftp

    login to file manager of cpanel and edit it from their.. You dont need ssh access.
     
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    Nope, not correct. It's only your FTP client limiting reading dot files (normally). Decent FTP clients will include an option setting to list dot files.
     
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    dot files = hidden files
     
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    Hidden, but not from many ftp programs.
     
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    Right! Sorry for not being clear about my last post. I was just trying to translate the post previous to mine to say that there should be a setting somewhere in most ftp clients where he can toggle to view hidden (dot) files.
     
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