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I've had so many more issues with M2 compared to M1 when it comes to installation and configuration. My store isn't live yet so I'm hoping it gets easier. It's still worth going with M2 because it has lots of potential.
make sure your Magento .htaccess file is in your web root.
Can you post your apache error log when you try to access the website?
Thanks for your reply. I have made my installation successful and it works with no problem now! I guess Magento's documentation is insufficient to cover any successful installation.
Hallelujah! My long quest for the answer to this @#%@#%@% problem has been found! Thanks, mindaji, After trying for 2 days your answer did the trick. Maybe it was a multi-part problem and some of the other suggestions brought it to a place where yours worked, but we only remember the last thing that worked. So thanks!
You enter this command this "sudo a2enmod rewrite" to SSH (putty) command line?
In my case, it says in SSH that "command not found"...
I have exactly same problem.. any help would be appreciated!
Hi, i am new user of magento, i am also facing of your as experience.
Whiche way you solve it by 'sudo a2enmod rewrite'?
Could you explain please.