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I'm not too experienced with server issues and stuff like that. I have a LAMP server setup on Ubuntu 12.04 for local PHP and web development.

It was working fine just a little bit ago, then one time I refreshed and got this, it's been doing it ever since.

I've tried restarting Apache using:

sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart

It restarts fine, and then when I refresh on chromium, I get the same thing. Could this be an error with Chromium and not my server?

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The index.php of /ImgUP/ seems to be reporting an error that makes it give a 500 error. It's an issue with the code of said file, not chrome. Hope this helps and DFTBA. :)

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Thanks a ton, I can't believe I didn't see that. I was require_once'ing a mysql_connect script. Didn't realize I had typed the filepath to it wrong, thanks a ton! – Darren Jun 7 '12 at 18:42

As jason said, there is something probably wrong with the code for the site. Check the default error log in /var/log/apache2/error.log, and if there is a specific error log file for your site, check that one too.

If you need help reading the log files, update your question with the relevant lines.

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