That error message show up when I try to install wordpress plugin. I think it must be plugin author false since I already have php date extension enabled but I’m wrong 🙂
Further search lead me to ‘calendar’ extension. Look no further to php5-calendar in my FreeBSD 7.3 box I install it.
cd /usr/ports/misc/php5-calendar && make install
stop php cgi prosess
start php cgi process
check extension with phpinfo() function :
Great its on the list now. Refresh plugin install at wordpress and I’m back to business 🙂
I have install vmware server at other hardy heron box, due to limited access I want to install virtual box for my recently download solaris 10.
After upgrade to ubuntu 8.10 I have chance to try newest virtualbox in my desktop.
1. Modify sources.list
2. Add this line
deb http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/debian intrepid non-free
3. Get public key before doing update
apt-key add sun_vbox.asc
4. Update source
5. Install from shell.
apt-get install virtualbox-2.0
Finish, I’m ready to test solaris 10 in my ubuntu intrepid 🙂
Yes, the message came up when I set up wordpress multi user in my vds :
Problem in wp-config.php – $base is set to BASE when it should be the path like “/” or “/blogs/”! Please fix it!
till I realize that error caused by my common practice in installing wordpress :
rename wp-config-sample.php into wp-config.php
this is BAD.
Solution for this case :
delete all files dan re-upload
don’t touch any file, just point your browser to index.php file dan you’re in the right track bro 🙂
My wife like blogspot a lot until slowly she found more feature offered by wordpress, one of them is ‘future posting’ . After think alot she decide to move from blogspot to wordpress self hosting.
The problem came when I must deal with haloscan, luckly I found 2 resources that help me to import haloscan comment into wordpress table.
In general the process are :
1. Signup for free blog at wordpress.com
2. Use import feature from blogspot to wordpress.com
Follow all the rest steps.
My bad 🙂
I just know that after visit FreeBSD snapshots page.
For 6.3, 7.0 and 8 with many version supported.
Visit their page for download latest release.