ok you can disregard that...unless you see issues in how I installed things lolIm just tired, in wordpress itself the settings were for localhost to be the address so I just flipp... [by TRACHR]
on 07/04/2013 – Made popular on 07/04/2013
tyring to set up wildcard subdomains for wordpress 3 on localhost in Ubuntu 11 and no idea how to go about debugging this. Wordpress and wildcards seem to be set up correctly. If I create /var/www/domain/test.domain then that subdomain works. The wordpress network settings are working on their end, with all the network options available and can create a new site.
I've been trying to get Wordpress to work on my Ubuntu 10.04 LTS system and nothing seems to work. I did everything as i should (according to http://codex.wordpress.org/Installing_WordPress) but I still can't access the Wordpress Setup Configuration page.
I have been at this for three hours. Why I have been at this for three hours you ask? Because when I go to install a theme it says....
Could not create directory. /var/www/wordpress/wp-content/upgrade/terminally.tmp
Therefore I thought to myself. I will reinstall wordpress by terminal. I can not remove wordpress.
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I've installed everything that is needed by Wordpress i.e. nginx 1.2.5 (built from source on /usr/local/nginx), php-fpm with other php packages and mysql via apt-get. I downloaded wordpress-3.4.2.zip and extracted it in /usr/local/nginx/html/blog. I've created MySQL database for wordpress with all privileges.
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