I had to reinstall a server (Debian 6) after an attack last Friday. I had an exact backup of everything so no harm done. BUT.
I reinstalled everything as it was, but I get errors I didn't use to get - especially .htaccess/apache2 related errors. I can't figure it out really, because everything is setup like it was (working) before. This server was hosting websites, and only those with a .htaccess are broken, for example this one, www.festivalbret.com
The error I get in the apache log is
[Tue Feb 04 16:50:54 2014] [error] [client 126.96.36.199] PHP Warning: include_once(/home/salque/albret/wp-content/plugins/capsman/framework/loader.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/salque/albret/wp-content/plugins/capsman/capsman.php on line 68
I'm guessing this has to do with mod_rewrite somehow. It is enabled (when I run a2enmod rewrite, it says "Module rewrite already enabled", and of course I restarted Apache). And this exact same install of this exact same website used to run seamlessly before. So something has changed in the Apache config and I don't know where to look.
Please help? :-D