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Hi, I´ve uploadet my files with all neccessary settings (chmod dir:755/files:644, assets files & dir 755, mod_rewrite=On, cache empty). The root-site works, but all children-sites respond with: "The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.". It seems, mod_rewrite ist OFF, but I´ve checked it more than one time - it is ON! I also switched the options +FollowSymLinks / +SymLinksifOwnerMatch in .htaccess - nothing!
Any ideas, please?
Server PHP Version: 5.3.19.
Thank you so much

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Check out the RewriteBase options in the .htaccess file. My guess is that you need to uncomment the first option.

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Hi adrian, you hit the black! "RewriteBase /" was commented. Perfect! Thanks a lot

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