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Problem with displaying images on oscommerce site

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Hello,

I have recently installed a second oscommerce store on a clients domain. However, for some reason this store is not displaying any buttons which reside in this folder:

catalog/includes/languages/english/images/buttons

Forums suggest it is a htaccess or privileges problem, which seems to make sense! but the images are in the correct place and are not corrupt. If you try to view the images directly in the browser, you get an internal error message.

The thing that confuses me is that there is an identical site on the same domain in another folder which works fine, the only difference being that they connect to different databases.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

The link to the broken site is: http://www.linkupltd.com/new

And the link to the working site is: http://www.linkupltd.com/msa

Thank you,

Chris
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You can find more detailed information about 500 Internal server errors in the errorlog of apache. Usually this is located in /var/log/apache2/errorlog

Nothing seems wrong with the URL of the images. However, perhaps the url triggers a mod_security rule (if it installed), they have a habbit of throwing 500 errors.

Otherwise, it could be a misformed .htaccess file in the image directory (or one of the parent directories).

If that is not it, perhaps a confused mime type.

Goodluck, but first, look in the errorlog


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