[wp-testers] Wordpress 3.0 Beta 2 - Permalinks forced index.php

Dion Hulse (dd32) wordpress at dd32.id.au
Fri May 7 22:43:10 UTC 2010

This is a known bug, There is a trac ticket for this, I've got a
half-finished patch for it, But havnt had the time to finalise it.

Ok, The part that you cant remove index.php is part of the bug, The fact its
not detecting mod_rewrite is a seperate issue which triggers the first.

What are the details of your server setup?

The sites that are working, are they 3.0 or 2.9?

On 7 May 2010 15:31, Scott Evans <scottsweb at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi All
> My first post here so please let me know if you need anything more. I
> have downloaded the Beta 2 and been testing some of the features. When
> trying to setup permalinks in this version it is forcing me to have
> index.php prefix the URL:
> /index.php/%category%/%postname%/
> I am using this on the same server where I have permalinks working
> correctly without index.php. I believe this has something to do with
> an error I am seeing when testing the MU features in 3.0 too. When
> visiting the "tools->network" page, I see this message:
> "Warning! It looks like the Apache mod_rewrite module is not installed.
> If mod_rewrite is disabled, ask your administrator to enable that
> module, or look at the Apache documentation or elsewhere for help
> setting it up."
> I believe WordPress is incorrectly detecting my server setup.
> mod_rewrite is enabled and working on all my other sites on the same
> server.
> Would be interested to see if there are any tips for testing/fixingthis.
> Scott
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