I've installed Wordpress 3.0.1 on my Ubuntu server and enabled the multi-site functionality (in order to later migrate several WP blogs to one WP multi-site). So far, so good.
I'm accessing and managing the main site via http://wplinux.test.local/wp-admin
. There everything works fine, I can add plugins, posts, pages, etc.
But when I want to actually view a post or a page (like http://wplinux.test.local/about/
) I get errors since they can't be found!?
Also when accessing http://wplinux.test.local
I get the standard Apache welcome page instead of the main WP site: "It works! This is the default web page for this server. The web server software is running but no content has been added, yet."
The same for subsites. I can access and manage them (example: http://test1.wplinux.test.local/wp-admin/
) but get errors when I want to actually view a page like this one: http://test1.wplinux.test.local/2010/11/18/hello-world/
I get an 'this link seems to be broken' error ...
Here's what I did DNS wise:
I've created a new zone on my DNS server > test.local
I've added a new host: *.test.local mapped to 192.168.1.57 (my Ubuntu server) - as this page seems to suggest: http://codex.wordpress.org/Migrating_Multiple_Blogs_into_WordPress_3.0_Multisite
I've added 'ServerAlias *.test.local' to the 'default' (actually '000-default' for some reason) file in /etc/apache2/
So ... where did I go wrong??
Thank you very much :)
Also: Why do the additional sites get *.wplinux.test.local addresses? Shouldn't they get *.test.local addresses?]