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[Resolved] Link structure doesn’t work after moving to another server

  • Hi, I never had problems with getting the linkstructure to work, by changing the .htaccess file, etc.
    But after I moved to my own server, it doesn’t work, allthough i use the same process as before.
    Do I have to install some kind of plugin on the server? It’s running debian/apache.

    Thanks in advance

    Kind regards,
    Titan

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  • Have you checked to make sure your new server’s got mod_rewrite turned on?

    Yes, I just enabled it (it wasn’t enabled before).

    But it still doesn’t work. On the old server, it gave you an nice “hello, this page doesn’t exist” wordpress-template, when entering a wrong page (ex. http://www.kuzkuz.dk/blablabla). But now it just says

    Not Found

    The requested URL /2008/11/10/blablabla/ was not found on this server.
    Apache/2.2.3 (Debian) PHP/5.2.0-8+etch13 Server at http://www.kuzkuz.dk Port 80

    I tried updating the htaccess manually also…

    Any ideas? 🙁

    I solved the problem. Had to enable a rewrite_mod in apache 🙂

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