I've been Googling around all day looking for answers to this, but I'm actually stuck.
Ok, so basically I installed Craft 3 via Composer into a subdomain on my development server (apache). Everything ran successfully, there are no error logs, and the database has been populated with all of the tables. The problem is that if I go to
/) all I get is a 500 Internal server error, and not one with the fancy craft background either. It does say
email firstname.lastname@example.org... on the error screen so I know SOMETHING's clicking, but I can't work my way around this.
I tried installing Craft once before manually by extracting the zip, uploading all the files, and then changing the
.env file, and I got a similar result. I still wasn't able to access the admin OR the install page, and that's why I ended up trying it all through Composer instead.
Running the latest version of Apache, PHP 7, MYSQL with InnoDB; I run a ton of wordpress and laravel sites on this server without issue so I'm not clear on what makes Craft so different. I have WHM and shell access. Open to all suggestions.
Directory structure looks like this:
/home/username/public_html/craft (this is also the subdomain path) - config - modules - storage - templates - vendor - web - (and then the composer/env files)
Directory permissions are 775, the rest of the files are default Craft 3 installation. I've also made sure my PHP 7 memory limit is at 128MB (it was set to 32MB for some reason). Thank you for any advice in advance!