"No input file specified" error

I just restored my site from a server-based backup of the site, following a meltdown during an upgrade to

My problem now is that all of the pages except for the home page throw the error "No input file specified" when navigating to the page. The site ishttp://skoop.com.

From the Dashboard/Sitemap I can Visit any of the "missing" pages, and they are correct. The Canonical URLs are correct. But when navigating to those pages on the live site (even in Edit mode while logged in as Admin) I get the "No input file specified" error.

Any ideas on this?

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prober996 replied on at Permalink Reply
When I turn off Pretty URLs the problem goes away. But this worked before the meltdown, and the .htaccess file has the correct code in it etc.

nteaviation replied on at Permalink Reply
My first guess would be a directory and/or file permissions issue. Sometimes on a backup restore the permissions get set incorrectly. Also check that your .htaccess file is readable by your apache/webserver user.

Clearing C5 caches is something else to try.

If you manually upgraded be sure to
•Go tohttp://www.yoursite.com/index.php/tools/required/upgrade... (Note: if this does not work, tryhttp://www.yoursite.com/index.php/tools/required/upgrade.php)...
thephilm replied on at Permalink Reply
I know with GoDaddy that you typically need a php5.ini file (seehttp://www.concrete5.org/documentation/how-tos/developers/concrete5...

I'd double check to make sure that the file moved over.
prober996 replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
After two days of head-banging, playing with htaccess, php5.ini, etc.... the problem turned out to be that PHP was configured to run in FastCGI mode, instead of as an Apache module. Making that one change solved the problem.

Many thanks to all of you who offered me your advice and wisdom.
toitojose replied on at Permalink Reply
please help me!! I have the same problem in this page:www.www.galapagosandesamazon.com,... I can navigate in subpages but I cannot enter on the login page ("No input file specified.") so I cannot login, I cannot edit
creativeorange replied on at Permalink Reply
This might help me a lot. I am a designer and far from an experienced coder. Any advise on how I can change the apache issue on GoDaddy? I've been having to host this site (mhbphoto-graf.com) on GoDaddy and it's been one blunder after another.

With Pretty URLs on, everything breaks however the Superfish won't adapt to non-prettyURLs when turned off so it naturally gives me 500 errors.

Any help would be awesome!
division100 replied on at Permalink Reply
How did you change the settings to disable FastCGI ??? Is that somewhere in the CMS config file? Or changeable in index.php ???
leestrayer replied on at Permalink Reply
Apparently you have pretty urls running now on your site, and we're having a hell of a time on Godaddy. What did you do to get things going again?
paulb323 replied on at Permalink Reply
If it's any help to anyone, I had the same issue trying to install C5 with Godaddy hosting.

They have a instructional page here https://support.godaddy.com/help/article/4675/manually-installing-co...

I was still facing issues after following until I fixed one simple thing...

The php file in my root folder was called "php.ini". When I renamed it to "php5.ini" (also having made the recommended changes), the issue resolved itself. Simple things, eh!
datacraftsteve replied on at Permalink Reply
I'm having the "No input file specified" error too but in my case a little more drastic.

I'm using c5 ver and had to manually install in bluehost as their one click install wouldn't even start.

I started with the theme, Elements and started to play around with no problems. Then decided I needed more so I purchased theme, Fundamental. Installation went well and the installed home page, blog, about worked okay.

Then I set Pretty URLs, went to the home page and started changing some settings. So far okay.

Then I tried to go to the site map and I got the No Input File Specified error. In fact, I get this error no matter where I try to go to. System, any page, site map, etc. Only the home page works. So, I cannot turn pretty urls off.

Any suggestions?

I'm not one that can code so hopefully, there is an easy way to fix this.

datacraftsteve replied on at Permalink Reply
Problem resolved by my ISP, Bluehost.

Here's what the support guy sent me and did for me:

I was reading through this, and tried this suggestion
Just add the ? sign after index.php in the .htaccess file :

RewriteEngine on
RewriteBase /
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteRule ^(.*)$