USing WordPress on a BSD system

Here is a suggestion of how to get BSD to work correctly.



the best way to solve

it is to create the wp-config.php file in the root directory of the

wordpress installation. I normally just "touch" the file to create it,

but you could upload an empty file instead or use vi - whatever. Point

is, once it is created/uploaded, then set the permissions of it to 777.

The server will then be able to write to it and set all of the

configuration variables. That should work. Other then that, I often

chmod 777 the entire wp-content directory, as thats where all image

uploads and the like are stored.

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