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I have been pulling my hair out for over a week now and frankly can not study anymore because I am exhausted and on the verge of throwing in the towel. I have switched to a Linux dev enviroment recently (Manjaro which is Arch based) and love everything about it. It's another story why I made the switch from Windows but I can tell you that I have never experienced trouble before because I was using Wamp and everything just seemed to work out the box. With setting up Apache myself on this particular Linux distro, things are a "whole lot different". So here goes: I got virtual hosts working with Apache 2.4.10 and everything is fine; PHP 5.6 works, my /etc/hosts files are pointing correctly and all that good stuff. I believe I have enabled all the required modules which Processwire needs (and then-some) : Mod_Rewrite being the most important. However, when I download my Production files (live server) onto my Development machine, it doesn't go as smooth as the WAMP days I have narrowed it down to something which must not be configured correctly for .htaccess to take affect. Again, this really is my first attempt (although been at it for over a week) to get a LAMP stack installed so it's probably something I am not understanding or doing right. Btw, MySQL (MariaDB) is working correctly and all the databases have been imported from my Production .sql file. Here is my virtual host file: Maybe something in here isn't correct. <VirtualHost *:80> DocumentRoot /srv/http/site2.dev ServerName dev.site2.com ErrorLog /var/log/httpd/site2_log <Directory /srv/http/site2.dev> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews AllowOverride All Order allow,deny allow from all </Directory> </VirtualHost> The .htaccess directives are for Processwire 2.3. I have never had to touch them before, but I tried commenting / un-commenting almost everything which has been reccomend thus far and nothing has worked This 500 Internal Server Error will not leave me! Thanks so much for any help / tips you can provide. Thank You