Support » Installing WordPress » Admin not accessible after move to Linux/Apache

  • jester48

    (@jester48)


    I have a suite that was developed on Windows/IIS, the final host is Linux /Apache. After moving i was unable to directly access the admin

    typing in http://www.site.com/wp-admin/ results in a blank page
    typing in wp-login.php will give me the login form

    completing the login form and submitting results in a blank page, but if I enter a valid admin page i will be logged in.

    if i submit forms in the admin i get blank pages but quick edits will work

    Any ideas?

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  • completing the login form and submitting results in a blank page, but if I enter a valid admin page i will be logged in.

    if i submit forms in the admin i get blank pages but quick edits will work

    Any ideas?

    It looks like the memory isn’t enough. Please try allocating more memory to WordPress via wp-config.php file.

    jester48

    (@jester48)

    php info shows a memory limit of 128M, it is the same on the windows system, so I don’t think it would be a memory limit error

    Elan Technosys

    (@elantechnosys)

    Try re-uploading wp-admin folder from a fresh download.

    Please enable debug log to see any errors. There are a bunch of ways to do. I prefer the following method…

    /* This will log all errors notices and warnings
     to a file called debug.log in
     wp-content only when WP_DEBUG is true */
    
    define('WP_DEBUG', true); // false
    if (WP_DEBUG) {
      define('WP_DEBUG_LOG', true);
      define('WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY', false);
      @ini_set('display_errors',0);
    }

    HTH

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