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  1. If you have a 10kb .htaccess file and aren't willing to go line by line to find your issue, then you have one other alternative: 1. Installing this script in a sub-domain or another clean directory with no other scripts.
  2. My guess, based on the error, is that you have something causing an issue in your .htaccess file. You could either try: 1. Installing this script in a sub-domain or another clean directory with no other scripts. 2. Clearing out your current .htaccess file and trying to put each line back in there 1 by 1 until you find which is causing the error. Once you've isolated it, make sure all your other scripts still function properly without it being in there. There may be more than one causing the issue.
  3. Yes, thank you @Anyx, I should have been more clear. Not all hosting providers are currently supporting PHP 7.4. The lowest version I got the 500 server-side error to go away with was v7.2, so "v7.2+". Depending on what other scripts you are running in the main directory and their dependencies.
  4. I had that issue when the PHP version was wrong. Try changing it to v7.2.
  5. Hello @Evrifaessa, First off, thank you for everything you've done for both projects (boxbilling and mofh)! Secondly, I'm having the same issue as VeNick. All the accounts fail setup because the nameservers aren't set for the FQD. If I could get a subdomain registered for my clients, then it should work. Could we modify the template to allow for subdomain registration? Ideally, I'm wanting to allow my clients that have domains and hosting elsewhere to get their hosting with me setup and then redirect their domain to the new hosting plan so they have very little to no downt
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