This refers to a wordpress.org installation on a Synology NAS. The webserver is NGINX (although the NAS settings say it’s Apache, it isn’t – the process table shows nginx).
On the website, I recently enabled permalinks because I found the ?page=## too cumbersome. Since then, all pages except the main page generate 404 not found error. Searching the web about this I found hints that the .htaccess file might need permission alteration. Surprisingly, I couldn’t find that file in the root of the website. This is the root directory:
$ ls -a
index.php readme.html .well-known wp-admin wp-comments-post.php wp-config-sample.php wp-cron.php wp-links-opml.php wp-login.php wp-settings.php wp-trackback.php license.txt wp-activate.php wp-blog-header.php wp-config.php wp-content wp-includes wp-load.php wp-mail.php wp-signup.php xmlrpc.php
$ find . -name “.htaccess”
I believe NGINX tries to be as compatible with Apache as it can. So, I assume it can handle an .htaccess file. Am I missing something?
This installation just updated to WordPress version: 6.3.1
The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]
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