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From Joshua Slive <jsl...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] 500 Internal Server Error pages being rendered as markup
Date Thu, 15 Dec 2005 18:18:30 GMT
On 12/14/05, Vincent Jong <vjong@jandjgraphics.com> wrote:
> I've upgraded to Apache 2.2.0 for *nix and I've come across a wierd behavior
> dealing with the 500 error page - it's being displayed on the browser as html
> code. I have not done any configuration in regards to error documents and
> this was not happening on version 2.0.55 which also did not have any error
> document configuration. All other error pages are rendering normally (such as
> 400 errors, etc...). To make sure it wasn't some configuration I missed, I
> used the httpd.conf in the original directory and restarted apache and the
> problem still existed with the original httpd.conf file. I guess, my
> questions are, is this a known issue and is there a workaround for getting
> the 500 error document to render correctly? I was on the #apache IRC room and
> there wasn't much help for me there as I tried to get someone else to
> reconfirm this. The easiest way to see this, which I was doing, was to change
> the permissions of a script in cgi-bin to 644 and then try to access the
> script.

I can't replicate this problem.

Try using the default config file that comes with 2.2.0 and see if you
can recreate it.

Joshua.
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