View Full Version : Fedora 7 web server issue
5th June 2007, 07:10 PM
Good day all. I have a dilemma. I am running a Fedora 7 web server. I'm using Wordpress for my CMS. I have it all setup, PHP and Mysql running fine and everything appears fine on the linux side. When I try to access the server from any of my windows machines, even at work, I am served only the site text. No graphics. I have checked all the file permissions...they are fine. The port is open on the firewall, I even tried disabling the firewall. I have also tried disabling SELinux all to no avail.
Additionally, I have tried using Joomla CMS with the same results. That leads me to believe it is a linux issue.
Something with PHP?
5th June 2007, 08:47 PM
Every time you have a problem with your webserver, your first port of call is to check your Apache error logs at /var/logs/httpd/error_log
If nothing shows up there, or you don't really understand what the message means, paste the log here so others can see.
6th June 2007, 12:29 AM
looks like it may be a mysql error. checking it out. thanks.
8th June 2007, 02:43 PM
Are you using an html editor? Like dreamweaver or frontpage?
if so. your problem might actually lie on that.
If in your html or php. you are specifying a remote location of an image for example (c://documents and settings/user/desktop/topnav.jpg") it wont work. It needs to be the location on the server. like /images/topnav.jpg
this could also be an ftp problem. If you are not restricting users to their default root. you will get this problem(in dreamweaver I've had this problem)
hope this helps
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