WordPress blank Permalink page / FTP credential

Discussion in 'Install/Configuration' started by oviliz, Apr 24, 2010.

  1. oviliz

    oviliz New Member

    I moved my WP from a shared server to VPS.net. Here I have CentOS 5.4 x64 with cPanel and WHM, with LiteSpeed Enterprise license.

    But I have these problems: when I try to install / delete a plugin via WordPress, come out a page with FTP credential request.
    Also, some plugins (I think they are the ones that have many KB) takes too long to install (or delete), so that the page seems stuck. So, after some minutes with no confirmed message, if I go back in the Plugins Page I see my plugin installed or removed.

    In addition (and this is my biggest problem) I can not access the page Permalinks. The link is there, but the page is blank.

    I thought it might be a problem with my old configuration WP. But now I have created a clean install of WordPress via SSH on a different domain and I have the same problems.

    If anyone wants to see my phpinfo configuration, you can do from here www.ofertebebe.ro/phpinfo.php

    Nick Nelson, from VPS.net, he configured my server so I assume that everything is ok. Indeed, he told me he saw a similar situation with another client with LiteSpeed server. So, indirectly, he advised me to ask here.

    I have a oppened discussion on the VPS.net forum, www.vps.net/forum/public-forums/the-lounge/2248-server-changed-wp-install-plugin-ftp-credential and here www.vps.net/forum/public-forums/the-lounge/2247-change-server-blank-wordpress-permalink-page (I do not know if it is accessible to unregistered users).

    Some idea? :)
    Last edited: Apr 24, 2010
  2. oviliz

    oviliz New Member

    Please delete this reply!
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  3. oviliz

    oviliz New Member

    Please delete this reply!
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  4. oviliz

    oviliz New Member

    Last edited: Apr 24, 2010
  5. NiteWave

    NiteWave Administrator

    your
    www.ofertebebe.ro/phpinfo.php

    stopping at

    pdo_sqlite

    apparently you haven't built PHP well. You can check pdo_sqlite module to start the trouble shooting.
  6. oviliz

    oviliz New Member

    As I Said, I have not configured the server. :)

    Thanks, now I check info about that pdo_sqlite...
  7. mistwang

    mistwang LiteSpeed Staff

    Make sure your site work properly with cPanel + Apache, then "Build Matching PHP" in LSWS WHM plugin, switch to LiteSpeed.
  8. oviliz

    oviliz New Member

    This is a good point. Good to know! Thanks! :)

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