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I was having problems installing Mint 2.17 along with my WordPress install. I originally thought it was funkiness with my WordPress config or .htaccess file. Neither appeared to be the case.
If anyone is having problems with 404’s or Internal Server Errors, try a reinstall. In many cases when I install web scripts I can unzip to my local desktop, modify the config files, then upload. For this to work I had to upload the zip file, unzip on the server, then edit the config files. Worked like a charm and solved both issues.
Hope it helps someone.
Is there any way to install mint in a directory other than root? With WordPress, you can move your wp-content directory away from the actual WordPress install. In theory, you could host multiple sites using one WordPress installation, and simply give access to the various wp-content folders in other directories. Unfortunately, because it appears mint has to be in the root, there’s no easy way to have everyone install their own. It would be ideal if mint could be installed in a different directory, in which case each user would simply put the path to each of their versions in their header.php.
Mint does not have to appear in root. You can put it wherever you want.
Just bear in mind that all the documentation and some Pepper have defaults that assume Mint will be in the root in a folder named
/mint/ so you will have to update those paths where appropriate.
For those visually oriented, I created WordPress Mint configuration instructions (with screen shots) and posted them here: http://abettermanual.com/2009/08/28/ins … -wordpress
I am having the common issue that appears in this thread. I installed to domain.com/mint/ ran the install (went great) hit done and got a 404 error for my website.
Hit up the forums, read some posts, and added a .htaccess file to the /mint/ directory with the following: php_value auto_prepend_file none
The problem is that I am still getting a 404 from my primary site. Is it possible that the problem is that I use the www version for my site, but mint only wanted the non-www in the setup.
@DCW: You will need to FTP Mint to your server following the instructions in the
README.txt included in the Mint download.
@Digital Pure: It sounds like you may have added the
RewriteEngine off to your root
.htaccess file. Make sure the addition was made to
I just wanted to ask why the mint tracking js code must be placed within the head tag at the top of the page and not at the bottom of the page before the end body tag like other scripts such as google analytics? There are plenty of best practices websites that propose placing such scripts at the bottom for faster loading of web pages. Is it okay to place mint js at the bottom too?
A few days ago, my mint stopped recording visits. I am wondering if this had anything to do with my upgrading to Wordpress 3.0.
Anyway, I tried updating to the latest mint, and that didn’t help.
I reinstalled the latest mint and it still doesn’t work.
Now when I try to log in, regardless of the browser, I get bounced right back out.
To resolve the login issue, delete any
MintAuth cookies you set by your domain or variations of your domain (including
. prefixed versions of the domain).