I just installed WordPress the second time (first time, I installed the dictionary add-on, and it crashed badly).
I’m running on a shared IIS server from Interland (web.com).
I installed WordPress according to the instructions (I think), but Interland has a weird thing where they don’t put your website at the root of your account, they hang it off a ‘www’ sub-directory for each individual user.
The index.php, wp-config.php and those files are under http://ftp.hillscapital.com/www/
The weird thing is that they somehow make it so that when you access the site, that ‘www’ directory appears to be the root of your site. (i.e.: surfing to hillscapital.com gives you the index.php file that is actually in the ‘www’ folder).
So anyway… I got WordPress installed correctly, I can administer it alright, I can log into Interland’s Control Panel and I see that it created the database alright, I can create posts, etc.
All appears to work correctly, until I try to see what I’ve posted by surfing to the website… then I get the following:
Warning: main(./wp-blog-header.php) [function.main]: failed to create stream: No such file or directory in d:\Customers\user1234567\www\index.php on line 3
Fatal error: main() [function.main]: Failed opening required ‘./wp-blog-header.php’ (include_path=’.;c:\php4\pear’) in d:\Customers\user1234567\www\index.php on line 3
(User1234567 isn’t my real user name, of course.)
Any ideas on getting it to work properly?
I thought it might be because the .php files have a Linux line feed, but IIS looks for a CR-LF, so I tried doing a search & replace for all those in the .php files… but no joy.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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