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

  1. Martin
    Member
    Posted 10 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 10 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. Martin
    Member
    Posted 10 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 10 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. Martin
    Member
    Posted 10 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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