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I have realized that my Drupal Clean URLs didn't work because my .htaccess file was in ...drupal/sites/default/files directory and after copying it to .../drupal directory, now the .htaccess file is being read.

However, another error came up right after this. Now my browser returns the following error:

handle($request); $response->send(); $kernel->terminate($request, $response); 

I have no idea about this and I am looking for any simple direction to go. Otherwise I will do a reinstall of Drupal.

The files that I have tempered with are:

  • apache2.conf
  • drupal.conf (my website conf_file)
  • .htaccess (currently in default situation)

I have rewrite enabled, I have AllowOverride All and I have RewriteBase /. I can provide my files if requested.

Thank you.

Ps. I'm using Linux Mint, Apache2, MySQL and SSL

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You should have the .htaccess file from Drupal 8.x download in your webroot. The one in the files directory is not the same.

http://cgit.drupalcode.org/drupal/tree/.htaccess

  • Other than that, I would advise starting with DrupalVM, it will be smoother than setting up full stack. www.drupalvm.com – Kevin Jun 28 '16 at 16:50
  • That also looks like a great source. Thank you very much. Three thumbs up. – Kemal Tezer Dilsiz Jun 28 '16 at 16:53

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