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[resolved] No dashboard, just error page (5 posts)

  1. whiteape
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Hi,

    I'm using WordPress 1.5.2

    I seem to have a small problem seeing the dashboard. It's not there. I get the error message below.

    I can click through to my blog though. I think it's something to do with the way I uploaded WP to the host. I use mac with Cyberduck.

    Do I need to show you the screenshots? I think what has happened is that I have more than one domain (database?) set up and the install is getting confused. (me too).

    I want to set up a few blogs. Think I need a few more good instructions.

    Thanks so much.

    Martin

    Warning: main(/home/thefunn1/public_html/homebusinesscreative//wp-admin/menu-header.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/thefunn1/public_html/homebusinesscreative/wp-admin/admin-header.php on line 93

    Warning: main(/home/thefunn1/public_html/homebusinesscreative//wp-admin/menu-header.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/thefunn1/public_html/homebusinesscreative/wp-admin/admin-header.php on line 93

    Fatal error: main(): Failed opening required '/home/thefunn1/public_html/homebusinesscreative//wp-admin/menu-header.php' (include_path='.:/usr/lib/php:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/thefunn1/public_html/homebusinesscreative/wp-admin/admin-header.php on line 93

  2. moshu
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    I want to set up a few blogs. Think I need a few more good instructions.

    ...and we need a clear description of what you want and what did: step by step.

    And remember: WP is for ONE (1) blog. No multiblog - unless you make as many installs as many blogs you want. All in separate folder, all with heir own separate prefix for the database tables.

  3. whiteape
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Ok first I went in to my host and added some AddOn Domains.

    yourthailandflight.com (yourthailandflight)
    thewhiteapeinthailand.com (thewhiteapeinthailand)
    homebusinesscreative.com (homebusinesscreative)
    thefunnyjoker.com (thefunnyjoker)

    These are configured to point at my host.

    Then I followed the instructions from:
    "everymansWPinstall.pdf"

    Log into my host, go to Mysql.

    Uploaded the WP files after making changes to wp-config.php

    Using Cyberduck I see in my account the following:

    400.shtml
    401.shtml
    403.shtml
    404.shtml
    500.php
    500.shtml
    cgi-bin (folder)
    default.html
    favicon.ico
    homebusinesscreative (folder - my domain)
    martinhurley (folder - my domain)
    php.ini
    thewhiteapeinthailand (folder - my domain)
    yourthailandflight (folder - my domain)

    I uploaded the WP files into the homebusinesscreative folder.

    I'm aiming to set up a WP blog for all of these domains above.

    What I didn't do was - "Change the prefix if you want to have multiple blogs in a single database."

    Would I assume correctly that what I have now is one database with different folders in it, each folder containing a different blog/domain?

    Are you saying I can have all these folders (domains) in this account each with its own uploaded WP blog?

    What's this mean "separate prefix for the database tables. "?

    Is this enough info I am trying hard to get this right I'm not a coder just designer.

    Thanks so much..,

  4. moshu
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    I'm aiming to set up a WP blog for all of these domains above.

    One for each? Or one blog and all the domains point to it?
    I don't think the so-called pointed domains can have anything in them. But, ultimately, this is a question you should clarify with your host.

    What I didn't do was - "Change the prefix if you want to have multiple blogs in a single database."
    That's the same thing what I was trying to tell you: have different prefixes. However, this is needed only if you have installed WP in four locations and have 4 wp-config files. All of them should have different prefix for the database.

    Would I assume correctly that what I have now is one database with different folders in it, each folder containing a different blog/domain?
    Databases do NOT have folders. Only tables with data.
    And no, you don't have four different things, unless you installed WP four times.

    And just out of couriousity: why 1.5.2 - why not the latest stable - 2.0.2?

  5. whiteape
    Member
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Thanks again. Yes one WP blog for each domain. I just used 1.5.2 because that's what I downloaded last time. But now I know 2.0.2 is stable I'll try that... if I can work this little problem out...

    It's confusing because using cyberduck I look at my database at my host and see folders. That's what I see with my Mac anyway. Is there anyway/anywhere I can send in a screenshot?

    So... for each blog I will need a separate database right?

    Appreciated...

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