[Typo3] Problem with 3.8.0 and 1and1 hosting

Gerri Tomlinson gerri at tomlinson.uk.net
Thu Jun 9 17:59:37 CEST 2005

Hi Joe,

I have exactly the same problem with 1&1.  The problem with shared hosting
is there are no apache error logs for troubleshooting purposes.  My problem
has occurred (using 3.7 and 3.8) since they upgraded my cgi permissions.
They upgraded them in an effort to fix some other 500 errors I was getting
when trying to view or list a page in the backend.  Those problems magically
went away  - it was really spooky, I just clicked lots of buttons in
frustration and it started working on some installations! on other installs
I upgraded to 3.8, (must've been the way I shook the chicken bones that
morning before turning on the 'puter - pure voodoo!!) :-)

Anyway, I asked them to reduce the cgi perms and it's made no difference.
Like you said, it's not show stopping, just annoying.

Sorry I can't help but thought I'd let you know there are others "out there"
who share your woes!  :-)

Take care


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Joseph Mesterhazy" <jmesterh at iastate.edu>
To: "TYPO3 English" <typo3-english at lists.netfielders.de>
Sent: Thursday, June 09, 2005 4:40 PM
Subject: [Typo3] Problem with 3.8.0 and 1and1 hosting

> Hello all,
> Although this question is specific to 1and1.com hosting, I think
> there are many people here who are using this host who may know the
> answer to my problem (or are having the same problem.)
> I have Typo3 3.8.0 up and running on a 1and1 host, and everything is
> working great except for the extension repository. If I leave the
> 'look up' field blank and click 'Connect to online repository' I get
> a Server 500 error. But if I enter the name of a extension, it works
> fine. I don't know how to debug this, because 1and1 says to debug 500
> errors, you need to typo in the full path to the script and its
> arguments... but this is a form submission so I'm not sure how to
> replicate that there.
> Has anyone else seen this issue, and know how to work around it? It's
> not a show stopper, but its annoying to not be able to see all my
> current extensions compared to the ones on the TER.
> Thanks!
> Joe
> --
> Joe Mesterhazy
> ECpE UNIX Administrator
> 2101 Coover Hall, Iowa State University
> Ames, IA 50011.  (515) 294-7359
> http://www.mesterhazy.net
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