If when running a PHP script you get the “Internal Server Error”

During the execution of a PHP script the – Internal Server Error – can occur. This happens when permissions different from 755 have been set. PHP scripts, such as CGI, and the directories in which they reside must have CHMOD 755 permissions or they will not work.

All the files transferred via FTP have 755 permissions by default therefore there is usually no need for adjustments.

If the FTP client sets, by forcing the permissions, something other than 755  and the error occurs, you need to check its configuration so that the new files are transferred with such permissions and you don’t need to change the permissions for each file. To avoid having this, you can use the - Restore permissions - function of the control panel, available at: admin.aruba.it

For more information on recommended
FTP clients and their use, see our guide - client FTP Linux e client FTP Linux per Mac OS