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Architecture / Installation


Installing into a sub-domain

posts: 36 United Kingdom

I am attempting to install v17.1 into a sub-domain on my site. When I have a dummy html page included in the directory, this works fine. When I remove this, I get the generic 'Apache is installed' default display page. (In the past the error was a blank page but this no longer appears.) I have checked the file permissions and these are set to the same pattern as Drupal which is also running fine.

I am pretty sure the file permissions are OK. The directory does display the dummy page so it seems to be accessing the sub-domain when its just html to run, so I assume its an issue of running the php in the sub-domain, I have changed line 144 of _htaccess to;

RewriteRule ^(.+^/)/$ /todo/HomePage R=301,L

(where 'todo' is the sub-domain folder) but have not many any other edits to this.

Does anyone have any idea where I am going wrong with this?

Many thanks in advance.

posts: 2383 Czech Republic

Hi cyber,
try to copy the file tiki-check.php into the todo/ subdirectory and see what it says when you access it in the browser... maybe there will be a hint.

luci

posts: 36 United Kingdom
Hi. When I run the version that was included as part of the v17.1 install package, I just get a blank screen.....

posts: 36 United Kingdom
Its worth a try. Thank you for the link. I will give it a go.

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