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  1. #1
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    Thumbs down 500 Server Error

    Hi!
    I'm making an AJAX application for edit images and I open by method GET a PHP page that resizes the image with phpThumb, but sometimes I get the error:

    <!-- SHTML Wrapper - 500 Server Error -->
    [an error occurred while processing this directive]

    What is this error? How can I solve it?

    Thanks

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    That might be the notorious FastCGI 500 error. Log into cPanel and check if FastCGI is enabled. If so, disable it and see if that fixes the problem.
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    I've checked in the cPanel and FastCGI is disabled....
    You currently have Hostmonster FastCGI for PHP disabled
    Another idea?

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    ... likely is the script causing the problem. Make sure the script is not buggy.
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    Disable leech protect if you have it on..


    sometimes if you have leech protect on and dont have any password directorys

    the page dissapears :P
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    leech protect is disable. I think the script hasn't a bug because sometimes it works...

    When it gives a error I change the params in url...

    Example:
    web.com/file.php?img=something.jpg&rotate=50 It works
    web.com/file.php?img=something.jpg&rotate=90 It works
    web.com/file.php?img=something.jpg&rotate=45 Error
    web.com/file.php?img=other.jpg&rotate=45 It works

    Thanks

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    I'd say it's probably an issue with the script.
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    Default SHTML Wrapper - 500 Server Error - Check file permissions

    I know this thread is a bit dated, but I stumbled on it looking for the solution so here's what worked for me. Check your file permissions. If you log in through SFTP it defaults to allow write permission for group and any script file generates an error. Change permissions back to 664 and the error should go away.

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    Default Had this problem...

    I also had this problem, it was as if the server was not able to send some data it had to. I found either a workaround and what may have been the real solution. The first is to force the server not to send multiple headers by printing something in the beginning of the page (like echo " "; ) the second one have been to dismiss the utf-8 charset header by removing the line "@header('charset=utf-8');"

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