|The only thing you need to config for wordpress is an PHP external application and binding that application to a script suffix .php.
Since you have had a tough time trying to use an apache config? Just try the easy route of running wordpress via a native litespeed config.
View admin gui.
2) Your litespeed server should already have a php 4.4.4 external application and have it bound to .php. If not, copy the demo admin.
3) Create a LiteSpeed vhost and install wordpress there.
4) Check /logs/error.log and stderr.log for any php errors.
Check documentation for wordpress specific config files:
Last edited by xing; 08-28-2006 at 05:39 PM..