Have managed to get nginx working, however, when I try accessing phpMyAdmin; http://my-ip/dbacp it gets redirected to http://localhost/dbacp.
I'm then unable to access phpMyAdmin.
Does anyone know how to solve this? I followed the wiki.
Ed1t: This also occur to other sub-folder I have in my document root of nginx.
Last edited by MindTooth (2009-12-04 10:19:33)
I have the same problem with lighttpd. Using php-cgi. May that be the problem?
No one out there with an solution? I had hoped to change to either lighttpd or nginx, but if I can't solve this, I must go back to Apache.
When nginx corrects a missing trailing slash, it uses the server_name entry for the redirection URL.
By default /etc/nginx/sites-available/default has the entry server_name localhost;
Add the entry server_name_in_redirect off; to the config ( like just below the server_name entry )
http://wiki.nginx.org/NginxHttpCoreModu … n_redirect
( I know the thread is old, but this was one of the first places google pointed me, so came back to post the answer )
Thank you so incredible much! Where at great help Had forgot about this and, and though phpBB behaved as well.. Now I know that this was a nginx design. Once again, thank you
I had this problem but only in the Chrome browser.
After setting "server_name_in_redirect off" I also had to clear the browser cache.
eliasw, welcome to the forums. We have a policy to not necrobump. You have provided additional info, which is fine, but I will close this thread now so we don't get any power posts.
There's no such thing as a stupid question, but there sure are a lot of inquisitive idiots !
Hi eliasw, and Welcome to Arch Linux
Be careful of old threads. In this case, it looks like your post is relevant to the topic, even though it is ancient. Thank you. But, I have not seen the participants in the thread for as long as I can remember, so I would not anticipate a response.
Edit, nope. I guess I won't be leaving it open. My colleague beat me to it.
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