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Unless I'm mistaken, this should be along the lines what you're looking for: RewriteEngine On Options +FollowSyminks RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^mydomain\.com$ [NC,OR] RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www\.mydomain\.com$ [NC] RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://my-new-domain.com/$1 [NC,L] If you're wanting to keep the URL the same, there's no need for a R=302 flag, as it ...


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Solved it! It's important to use Alias and Require all granted in httpd.conf! The httpd.conf file: This is the configuration of the Apache Sever 2.4! #### Wikibase (BETA) <VirtualHost *> ServerName wikibase.isc ServerAlias wikibase.isc ServerAdmin SuriyaaKudoIsc@users.noreply.github.com DocumentRoot ...


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What solved this issue for me was to search and purge every php-related package (now also including php-gettext and so on). After reinstalling the packets libapache2-mod-php5 php5 php5-mysql php-gettext php5-mcrypt php5-readline php5-gd php5-json and finally phpmyadmin, I could access phpmyadmin again, restore my website configurations and everything seems ...


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When you encounter a 403 forbidden error it usually is a problem with directory permissions rather than with .htaccess files and rewrite rules. The first step is to check your servers error log. The error log often has more information in it than is presented to the user's web browser. The other thing to try is to check the directory permissions. Make ...



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