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    The problem is that I don't think he did...

    The problem is that I don't think he did something right or put up a good .htaccess file, because I've seen his page inaccessible ever since. I can even suggest renaming the .htaccess file smoothly...
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    Yes. Upload the original .htaccess file for 4.8.0.

    Yes. Upload the original .htaccess file for 4.8.0.
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    Then you need the .htaccess file for version...

    Then you need the .htaccess file for version 4.8.0.
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    Did you put the .htaccess file in the main...

    Did you put the .htaccess file in the main directory of the website?

    A question. Was version 4.8.2 a completely new installation or just an upgrade? If an update was made, was everything done as...
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    Yes. It must be named .htaccess

    Yes. It must be named .htaccess
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    Yes. The wrong file must be deleted.

    Yes. The wrong file must be deleted.
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    This is a good file. The other is bad

    This is a good file. The other is bad
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    Then upload the .htaccess file released for...

    Then upload the .htaccess file released for version 4.8.2, because what you have now is not the same as the original.
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    Which version of flynax are you using? The...

    Which version of flynax are you using? The original .htaccess file should be uploaded, because what I put in here is pretty incomplete.
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    line 19 is the error. it doesn't have...

    line 19 is the error. </IfModule> it doesn't have to be there. Try it without it.
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    There should be only one .htaccess file in the...

    There should be only one .htaccess file in the public_html folder. It is likely that the problem is that there are two in it.
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    See if you accidentally have a hidden .htaccess...

    See if you accidentally have a hidden .htaccess file. It can also cause the error.
    I also have version 4.8.2 above and I haven't encountered any bugs.

    Also upload your .htaccess file to see if...
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