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apache1
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Howdy, just installed Magento, everything went great i even managed to do the php_cgi bit

So… all was well until i clicked the shopfront (logo) to go back to ‘home but instead of going to say http://shop.****.co.uk/index.php and returing to the home page , it is set to http://shop.****.co.uk/index.php/ (notice the forward slash), which isnt valid so i get a ’No input file specified.

any idea whats wrong or what i have done wrong or even a fix?

i am so made up with the Magento script , took like four years to upload to my server ( lol ok not really 4 years but ages ), so any advice on a fix would be great

many thanks

 
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brendanb
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hey,

not really sure, but check your baseurl under configuration\general\web

it could have an extra slash

 
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Larsky
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Hi, i stumbled onto the same problem and finally fixed it fiddling with the webserver rewrite settings in admin->configuration->web->SEO
My setting was “no” ..... When i changed that into “yes” all was fine again.  smile

If things still don’t work out for you, check http://www.magentocommerce.com/boards/viewthread/8786/

Hope this helps

 
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Sindre|ProperHost
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A tip to everyone that is tired of uploading thousands of files through FTP: upload the zip/tar archive instead. If you have SSH access you can easily extract the archive using one of the following commands:

tar -xzf magento-1.1.6.tar.gz
OR
unzip magento-1.1.6.zip

You can also use SSH to download the archive directly to your server like this:

wget http://www.magentocommerce.com/downloads/assets/1.1.6/magento-1.1.6.tar.gz

If you don’t have SSH access, check if your control panel has an “extract” feature. In cPanel you can easily do it through the File Manager.

 
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Mirasvit
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As a variant, you can try the ready SEO extensions.  For example check this one http://mirasvit.com/magento-extensions/advanced-seo-suite.html - Advansed Seo Suite.

 
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