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500 Internal server error after migrating

Hi i already create my droplet, installing webuzo, create main domain and migrate all my file from old server to my vps. but when i try acess the domain it display 500 internal server eror. I already set all my website configuration to the right setting, and also restart my apache, but the problem still occurs. anyone know ho w to solve this problem?


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Look for .htaccess files in your root web directory (/var/www for apache), and in any folder you’re trying to access. <br>Since .htaccess files are hidden (aka dot files), you’ll need to use the command “ls -a” to see it. <br> <br>Alternatively, you could just try opening the file with a text editor “nano .htaccess” from the www directory. <br> <br> <br>If you find any of these files, rename them to temporarily disable them <br>“mv .htaccess .htaccess.old” and see if the 500 Error stops. <br> <br>If this works, there’s a problem in that file which Apache doesn’t like. Try re-writing any settings into a new .htaccess file.

Sir please make sure your files / folders have the owner and group set to the Webuzo Username and not root. <br> <br>You can follow this blog tutorial <br>http://www.webuzo.com/blog/how-to/fix-internal-server-error-webuzo-2690.html <br> <br>Hope it helps