Posts: 45 Joined: Thu Oct 23 2008, 03:03AM Registered Member #4472
Could be the way your host has their security setup. Check the permissions on your LGSL folder. Make sure they are all set to 755 and you should be good. Had a similar issue with my provider, and all it took was changing the file permissions.
I am my host. Its my own dedicated server, running suphp and suexec correctly configured, folder and file permissions are 100% correct and enforced by the server as 755 and 644, as it should be for suphp. Its possible to use an apache override file for php.ini but it does not make a difference to the error.
Its just very annoying, really liked using lgsl in the past, our clan liked it too, just cant get to the root cause of this 500 error.