[wp-hackers] Re: [wp-pro] Need help installing Wordpress
wordpress at dd32.id.au
Sat May 10 15:46:21 GMT 2008
It can be done, I dont know how to do it.
Get it installed with no permalinks at all first of all, And then try and
work out what permalink options there are for IIS and WordPress, etc.
In what bizare ways has it been failing? (Someone might point out what is
Theres a few people on this list i know that run it on IIS (Granted,
they've had to make slight modifications in the past i believe)
On Sun, 11 May 2008 01:39:21 +1000, WordPress <wordpress at anekostudios.com>
> Hey all :)
> I just wanted to ask a question, so I can be absolutely clear on
> this. I submitted a request yesterday on the wp-pro list about hiring
> someone to help with installing WordPress on a IIS system that's
> running PHP and MySQL. I am utterly *amazed* at the response - an
> overwhelming majority who did respond said the same thing: install
> WordPress on a separate Unix/Linux system and have the links redirect
> to the IIS for anything non-WP related.
> Am I wrong in believing it's possible to install WordPress on a IIS
> I'd never tried it before, but I had always believed that - although
> IIS will give some difficulties - you *could* install it on IIS. (For
> the record, I'm no newbie at WP installs - I've just never done it on
> IIS before.)
> If this is true, and it *can't* be done, can I have a bit of
> verification? I told the client I'm working for (I'm actually
> subcontracting for another designer) that you *could* do it, but that
> the IIS server would make it really hard to do - which it has been.
> I've utterly failed at the task (which is why I submitted to wp-pro),
> and the client believes it can be done. They're now hounding me
> because I've been trying to a week and a half to get it installed, and
> it's failing utterly- in the most bizarre ways.
> So do I need to tell the person I'm working for that if they want
> WordPress, they have to switch from IIS? I always thought it could be
> done - but apparently, form what I'm hearing, it cannot. I'd really
> like some verification so I can get moving on this - maybe give them
> some other options rather than ramming my head against this wall
> trying to get it to work.
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