I have several sites, all running on the latest version of Drupal. Tech support gave me the "we don't debug other people's code" response when I asked about the installation obstacles, so I just ended up going with a different host. However this problem is still quite annoying. Log in or register to post comments Same as you allanforever commented February 2, 2011 at 12:48pm I have exactly the same problem as you. http://renderq.net/internal-server/internal-server-error-drupal-7-install.php
Cannot create directories 'files' or 'private' The installation script needs permissions to create these directories inside the sites/default folder. Robert Log in or register to post comments solved ! You will get a PDO exception complaining about "Unknown column 'source' in 'field list" - ignore it and move on! Now a couple tricks that worked for me: 1. https://www.drupal.org/node/416906
Created on March 28, 2009.Edited by othermachines, abiyub, robokev, Francewhoa. Secure your site After the installation is complete, you will want to change the permissions on the settings.php file back so that it is protected: chmod u=rw,o=r,a=r sites/default/settings.php OR chmod 644 Log in or register to post comments Hard to say without more John_B commented May 21, 2015 at 8:22pm Hard to say without more information. And checked permissions on the driver?
After updating drupal to 7.51 it all still worked fine and I made some other changes, but when I installed a new module about phone tracking, the site went blank completely. I hope I encounter no problem in the future by doing this. Here are instructions on how to compile PHP on Windows http://www.sitepoint.com/compiling-php-from-source-on-windows/. After that, I could access /update.php.
It will fail! Most importantly it does not contain information about errors messages I encountered during my installation process. - missing directories - wrong permissions for manually set up directories (and I still don't It let me log in with the site admin account, but anything I clicked on would result in a white screen of death with the very uninformative massage about the 500 Log in or register to post comments .htaccess and internal server error hdemiranda commented June 21, 2007 at 12:24pm I had the same problem before I could do the installation.
Skip to main content Skip to search Main Menu Drupal.org home Download & Extend Community Documentation Support Jobs Marketplace About Return to Content Search form Search Log in Create account Drupal Roman Log in or register to post comments .htaccess framfield commented October 22, 2006 at 9:01am hi, thanks for comment. in ....\includes\mail.inc on line 193. Whew...
But it appears randomly. https://www.drupal.org/docs/7/installing-drupal-7/step-4-run-the-installation-script Locate the line at the end with RewriteRule^(.*)$ index.php?q=$1 [L,QSA] 3. If you haven't even started installing Drupal, then this is not a Drupal issue but rather a hosting set up issue. Log in or register to post comments Setup on 1&1 Drupal 8 bradc14 commented April 29, 2016 at 1:06am For me simply removing the comment on RewriteBase / worked for me.
ANybody faced the same before? http://renderq.net/internal-server/internal-server-error-htaccess-drupal.php It stopped the downloading of images from that directory on my shared server on Globat till I inactivated the whole file. Log in or register to post comments Error logs manasiv commented February 21, 2015 at 12:35am Did you check in the web server logs for any Apache or php errors? Raj Pawan G Log in or register to post comments Add these lines to fix the issue josh_smith commented September 2, 2013 at 9:20am i added these lines into my new
I checked the status of the install.php which is read for all and property of myself:www-data, exactly the same status as on my 8.0.0 installation I am puzzled and blocked ! Regards Log in or register to post comments omg THANK YOU tekn328 commented January 6, 2014 at 6:32am I just spent half the day trying to figure this out on godaddy! Skip to main content Skip to search Main Menu Drupal.org home Download & Extend Community Documentation Support Jobs Marketplace About Return to Content Search form Search Log in Create account Drupal this page It is better to only remove settings that are actually causing errors.
Whatever your preferred installation method, the reason for the 500 error should be in your Apache error log. Log in or register to post comments Page status Comments need attentionLog in to edit this page About this page Drupal versionDrupal 7.xAudienceSite administratorsLevelIntermediate Reference Snippets Troubleshooting Troubleshooting overview Reporting a What it does is redirect me to [URL].com/install.php and errors out on that (currently that's an Access Denied error as I turned permissions for it off completely; it did error out
I have my own dedicated server. I've checked on files/folders ownership and permission. I'm still newbie here. Log in or register to post comments Drupal 7 romantaran commented March 8, 2011 at 11:22am I had to comment "Options -Multiviews" string.
Cheers, -Prasannah Log in or register to post comments Re: 500 internal server error karmaker commented June 30, 2010 at 5:53am I also had this problem. Open the .htaccess file. 2. Options +SymLinksIfOwnerMatch Log in or register to post comments For anyone interested, I got mburnette commented September 17, 2013 at 1:32pm For anyone interested, I got this error on Rackspace and Get More Info Join today Community Documentation Community Docs Home Develop for Drupal Theming Guide Glossary Contribute to Docs Troubleshoot installation problems Last updated October 29, 2015.
I'm no expert at this, so I don't know what "exactly" is causing the error, but I hope this will help someone, or provide some helpful info to someone who knows PHP code is distributed under the GNU General Public License. I would also suggest you check to make sure that all of your files have the correct file permissions (as this may also be causing it) and you can change the