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Old 5th June 2007, 07:10 PM
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Fedora 7 web server issue

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?

Any ideas?

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