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    Anonymous

    Got a fresh install of BP 1.0.3 and WPMU 2.8.2. Everything is installed inside domain.com/blog/.

    When I create a new user blog, a link to the blog is given, like username.domain.com/blog, but I get the “404 Not Found” error page when going to the link.

    However, the link domain.com/blog/members/username works. I’ve thoroughly searched the forums and haven’t found any answers. This is my first time working with WPMU/BP, thanks for the patience!

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    andrew09
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    @andrew09

    Did you add an A wildcard record to your DNS resource records?

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    Paul Gibbs
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    @djpaul

    Try disabling BuddyPress, and see if you can access the hosted blogs in the standard WPMU way. I’d recommend against using WPMU outside a domain root, as it seems to cause so many problems.

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    slicktig1
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    @slicktig1

    I seem to have similar problem. searched forums and couldn’t find any answers. I’ve installed wpmu+buddypress in subdirectory. configured dedicated ip and wildcard record to your DNS resource records. site is hosted on godaddy.

    admin is able to login and navigate to all tabs like home,blog,member,blogs,groups and forums.

    users are able to login and configure home page with widgets. home page works fine. but all other tabs blog,member,blogs,groups and forums are giving same error

    “The page you were looking for was not found”

    pls help!!

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    slicktig1
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    @slicktig1

    i’m using buddypress default theme. configured wpmu to use subdomains

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