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From Joshua Slive <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Rewrites in .htaccess work with http but not https?
Date Mon, 11 Jul 2005 00:11:59 GMT
On 7/8/05, Markus Mayer <> wrote:
> Hallo Everybody! :-)
> I have a really strange problem for which I can't find a solution.
> I have a .htaccess file with a simple rewrite rule in it which right now just
> rewrites from one non existent file to an existing file (see below).  These
> rules work fine when I call up the pages through a http call, but when I do
> it using https, I get an "Internal Server Error".  The error log for the
> https contains entries with "RewriteEngine not allowed here".  If I remove
> the RewriteEngine On line, then I get "RewriteRule not allowed here".  In the
> apache server config, I have an entry for the directory with "AllowOverride
> All" in both http and https.  I'm rellay at a loss as to what's happening.
> Does anyone have any ideas?

Check for every instance of the AllowOverride directive in all your
apache config files and make sure that you don't have one overriding
your "all".


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