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1 February 2009 at 11:52am Last edited: 1 February 2009 5:02pm
I've been working all week accessing the site directly via http://www.unclebubby.com/wavs and that method is still working. I created a subdomain, http://wavs.unclebubby.com to point to the /wavs folder and it's not working. It appears the DNS settings have updated and the subdomain is directing to the correct folder but something isn't responding correctly.
what I get is "The requested URL /wavs/sapphire/main.php was not found on this server." The files are obviously there or direct entry wouldn't work. I have emailed the support group for my hosting service, GoDaddy, but thought I would ask here as well. Is there some file (i.e. .htaccess) that I need to tweak to get it to work?
Update: I tried editing the .htaccess file. I commented out the RewriteBase /wavs line thinking that maybe it thought it was looking for domain/wavs/wavs/sapphire/main.php but that didn't help. There's another line that contains the folder name but I don't know what that does so I don't want to mess with it unless someone knows that will fix it and what to change it to.
1 February 2009 at 4:59pm
I located this thread:
"In order for SilverStripe to run correctly with subdomains, youll need to make sure that all the domains point to the same wwwroot - that is, both [mydomain.com] AND should have their wwwroot set to where you installed SilverStripe."
I don't understand what that means and I don't know what I would have to change/update to make that happen. I have 4 different sites running through this domain. A portal of sorts, two photo galleries, and SilverStripe. They all run off of the same root directory. If I do what it says to make wavs.unclebubby.com work, will that break access to any of my other sites?
4 February 2009 at 4:57am
i post in your other thread.. check this out:
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