BlueStats does "just work". It's not BlueStats's or my fault if the user to incapable or unable to install the required dependencies that the installer makes you aware of. I would love to make it so everyone is able to run this, but I'm not able to supply or create a htaccess file or custom builds of BlueStats just because the user is unable to do it themselves. The errors I ignore are errors which are solved by things that the installer makes you aware of. This includes missing dependencies and wrong file permissions. I also ignore problems related to missing files when the user failed to download/unzip all the necessary files. BlueStats works on a base install of php and apache with only the required modules installed. It even works out of the box with php 7. Lastly, I have no will power to help a user who hasn't tried beforehand. I am not obligated or required to solve everyone's issue and I don't intend to do so either. I am also a student and am lacking the time to even help some people who have tried themselves. I make this because I enjoy doing so. I use it myself for my own small server and am only releasing it as I feel other people might befit from it. If you feel that you do not benefit from this, then simply don't use it. I believe fluidmcstats will deliver a much easier to use installation experience.