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“No input file specified” when viewing old posts

  • I was trying to manage my old posts in my dashboard. The latest 15 posts all appear and at the bottom is a link for “Previous Entries”. When I click on this, I get a blank page except for “No input file specified.”

    Any idea what might be causing this? The URL of the page that shows this error is: http://www.everyonebutyou.com/wordpress/wp-admin/edit.php/page/2/ This path is valid, but I still can’t get to this older posts.

    I can get to older posts from my homepage following this link, which anyone can follow: http://www.everyonebutyou.com/page/2/ So, this tells me the posts still exist, but I don’t have access somehow through my dashboard.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Regards,
    JMR

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  • Make a habit to put the relevant part of your error message(s) into the SEARCH box! (It works better than the tag field…)
    http://wordpress.org/search/No+input+file+specified?forums=1

    Also, no use to post links to your admin panel, nobody can log in to see it.

    All right…here’s some more info. If I switch my permalink structure to default, then this issue goes away. If I try anything else, then I continue to get the error. I’d like to keep my permalink structure as date and title based versus the default.

    This only just started happening recently. I was previously able to check old posts with this permalink structure.

    Ideas on what can be causing this?

    Thanks,
    JMR

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