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I have just installed magento 2.2.4 on my cPanel and I got internal server error 500. I tried to rename .htaccess file but then it opens with no css and its admin gives 404 error. My cPanel uses PHP 7.1 and mysql 5.6

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  • Error 500 means that you are getting a fatal error. Did you check your apache logs? The error should be there. Nov 10 '18 at 15:55
  • I have a cpanel based VPS hosting with ssh access. Can you please tell me how to check apache logs? Nov 11 '18 at 5:39
  • Try logging into your SSH and typing cd /var/log/apache2 The error log should be there. It is usually named error.log, but can be named differently, depending on your virtual host configuration. Nov 11 '18 at 8:45
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Please try the solution given in this install Apache module

I too faced the same problem , but I was able to fix it by installing the required Apache module

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This php version problem. please use 7.0.2 version

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