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Posted on 2009-07-09
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Hello,

I am having a little bit of a problem with my httpd.conf settings with Apache.

When I set AllowOverride All in the httpd.conf  it seems mod_rewrite works fine, but it then seems to actually read the .php files contents rather than execute the code. It's pretty weird.

When I set AllowOverride to  "AllowOverride AuthConfig"  I get a 500 error :

Internal Server Error

The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.


In my error_log  I get the error:  

[Thu Jul 09 00:23:04 2009] [alert] [client 127.0.0.1] C:/Apache2/htdocs/ediamondauction/wwwroot/.htaccess: RewriteEngine not allowed here .

Awkward how when i use AuthConfig it seems to not work properly. Do I have to setup some configuration rules in the .htaccess file itself in order for it rewrite url's properly?

Any help is greatly appreciated.
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> when i use AuthConfig it seems to not work properly

No, because the directives provided by mod_rewrite override FileInfo and not AuthConfig.

> but it then seems to actually read the .php files contents rather than execute the code

I.e. you've a buggy .htaccess file somewhere with some AddHandler/AddType/SetHandler/ForceType directive overriding your "AddHandler handler .php" defined in your httpd.conf.
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Ok I'd like to update you guys.  The PHP scripts are executing fine, it was just that php was not allowing the old tags :  "<?"  ... I got .htaccess working. What seems to actually be the problem is...


When referencing   something like "/images/blah.jpg"  apache seems to be reading that as "Let's find the images directory in the root directory"  I don't understand why it would act this way.

Normally you create sub directories in a website and just do a call like "/images/blah.jpg"  and it will assume you're talking about the current working directory.  I guess you could do "./images/blah.jpg"  but I don't want to have to make this change as it will effect quite a lot of things.

Could anyone help on this? The help is much appreciated.
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>"/images/blah.jpg"  apache seems to be reading that as "Let's find the images directory in the root directory"

That's what the browser requests and the server serves. If you'd like to put the /images directory somewhere else, use an Alias in your httpd.conf:
Alias /images "C:/Apache2/htdocs/ediamondauction/wwwroot/some/folder/images"

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