This is not a problem with buddypress or wpmu. it is a problem with your dns configuration.
You must add a wildcard entry to your DNS server like :
* IN CNAME mysportspress.com. (don’t forget the last dot)
Is this a new Installation of mu, I mean, Mu is installed on your root domain http://mysportspress.com
If Mu is not on root domain, you may not use subdomain style blogs, In that case You will have to go for category style sub blogs.
If Mu is on root domain, follow what @Obuisson1976 has mentioned, or just create a wild card subdomain, (i.e. *) in your cpanel->subdomains.
That should make it work.
If I initially configured Mu to use subdomains, but now want to change to subdirectories, is there a way to make that change to the configuration?
in wp-config, define vhost=yes for subdomains, =no for subdirectories
Sorry for the delay.. I’m not quite tech savvy so my cirtex hosting operators helped install it for me. Im assuming that its installed on a subdirectory because of the whole http://mysportspress.com/wordpress-mu/ thing, and I have another website running regular wordpress at mysportspress.com.
So what I am understanding from these posts is that because of how I have installed it, I cannot make a yourdomain.mysportspress.com blog rather it had to be a mysportspress.com/yourdomain blog ? Either way it doesn’t matter to me too much I’d just like to get it working, so what Exactly am i to do?
Sorry for being such a Newb
Had the guys at Cirtex do the DNS registry and still no luck, any Ideas?