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“cgi-system/php.cgi was not found on this server”

  • When I click on my previous entries, I get a 404 Not Found page. The link instructs the browser to go to /note/cgi-system/php.cgi, which doesn’t seem correct. The link that it should pull up is a query string like ?paged=2.

    Do I need to alter a setting somewhere else?

    My WP blog is at ‘http://www.minus.ws/note/’

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  • Did your system work as expected previously? If so, did anything change between then and now?

    What I had done was I moved the directory. And I thought I had taken care to adjust all the MySQL variables, but maybe I didn’t?

    Any other tips based on that clue? Thanks for responding.

    What do you have set for the URIs at Options -> General?

    Both my URIs are set to

    http://minus.ws/note

    which should be correct. Or amI wrong…???

    In your theme’s index.php, what template tag are you using for your Previous Entries link, and what options are you passing to that template tag?

    This is what is in my navigation div:

    <div class=”navigation”>

    <div class=”alignleft”><?php posts_nav_link(”,”,’« Previous Entries’) ?></div>
    <div class=”alignright”><?php posts_nav_link(”,’Next Entries »’,”) ?></div>

    </div>

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