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I've just transferred to EC2, and redirected my domain to be the same URL. Now I get the above error from time to time, but I'm not sure why I don't always get it.
Trying to login I go to /sendy, which then takes me to /sendy/login where I get the above error.
If I add .php to the end of 'login' I can access the login page and login, but I then get the error on other pages, like /sendy/app was not found on this server.
I can keep adding the .php to the filenames to keep going through the pages, but it is obviously a pain. I was using Sendy an hour ago with no problem, and now this...?
I assume it is a set-up problem, but don't know what caused it...
Any ideas please?
I don't provide support for server setup and configuration but as a courtesy, check that you have all instances of AllowOverride None changed to AllowOverride All in your Apache's httpd.conf. If you edited httpd.conf, don't forget to reboot Apache.
Thanks Ben, that was it. I'd seen something similar but couldn't find where/how to add it :)
I left all the AllowOverride None alone and added a new exception: