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  • Wayne Luke
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    http://esfserver.com/forum/ is a vBulletin 4 installation.

    sefserver.com/404forumsef is an invalid URL that results in a 404 error.

    https://sefserver.com/seflool/ - needs its nginx vhost configured correctly as I stated above.

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  • MarwanAshrafz
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    Only see a vBulletin 4 installation on the site.
    What do you mean? I bought a vB5 theme from there.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Only see a vBulletin 4 installation on the site.

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  • MarwanAshrafz
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    It's working fine now but I installed a theme, made sure image paths is right and still it looks broken. I bought the theme from purevb, their customer support is down so I am asking for help here;
    Look at my forum, sefserver.com/404forumsef the theme is broken, not like the one they offer, anyone knows how i can fix?

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  • Wayne Luke
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    When using NGINX, you need to use the nginx.vhost or the nginx.php7.vhost configuration file located in the do_not_upload folder. NGINX does not use .htaccess the way Apache does. Without using the appropriate vhost file in your server configuration then vBulletin won't work. Your server administrator will know how to apply the file.

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  • Mark.B
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    Make sure allow_override is set to All.
    Make sure mod_rewrite is enabled.

    The above are server settings, so you will probably need to ask your host.
    They will need to restart Apache if either of the above have to be changed.

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  • MarwanAshrafz
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    Originally posted by Mark.B View Post

    To be precise, it is .htaccess not .htaccesss
    Attention to detail is all important here.

    On some servers, .htaccess files don't display, but they are still there. Once you rename the file, does the site show correctly?
    I meant .htaccess, no it didnt fix it
    check yourself: https://sefserver.com/seflool

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  • Mark.B
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    Originally posted by MarwanAshrafz View Post

    When I rename it to .htaccesss the file disappears
    To be precise, it is .htaccess not .htaccesss
    Attention to detail is all important here.

    On some servers, .htaccess files don't display, but they are still there. Once you rename the file, does the site show correctly?

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  • MarwanAshrafz
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    Originally posted by vBTube View Post
    Try to rename htaccess.txt to .htaccess

    This has nothing to do with your error but you should enter a valid mail adress:
    $config['Database']['technicalemail'] = 'dbmaster@example.com';
    When I rename it to .htaccesss the file disappears

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  • vBTube
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    Try to rename htaccess.txt to .htaccess

    This has nothing to do with your error but you should enter a valid mail adress:
    $config['Database']['technicalemail'] = 'dbmaster@example.com';

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  • MarwanAshrafz
    started a topic vBulletin 5 broken

    vBulletin 5 broken

    Hello, I bought my vBulletin license and installed it but that's what i get: I've tried re-installing it alot, same thing happens, my config:

    <config file removed>


    I am using NGINX on Linux VPS
    Last edited by Mark.B; Wed 5th Jul '17, 1:24am. Reason: ​​​​​​​ <config file removed>

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