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{serverip}/wp-admin shows Index of /wp-admin

I am fairly new to this, so I assume it is an easy-to-fix problem.

I installed LAMP on Centos 7 and Wordpress under /var/www/html

Everything seems to be working, but when I try to get to the Wordpress Welcome page on a browser I get the “Index of /wp-admin” page instead.

What am I doing wrong?

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Hi @johantwelli1,

While we try to resolve your issue, let me give you an alternative which you can use :

https://marketplace.digitalocean.com/apps/wordpress

It’s the MarketPlace WordPress droplet. The droplet comes installed with everything needed for you to start + when you login you can directly install wordpress.

Regards, KFSys

Hi @johantwelli1,

It does seem like your application is not actually using any PHP. Have you installed PHP on your server? You can check that with the following command:

php -m

Looking forward to your reply!

Regards, KFSys

Hi @johantwelli1,

Can you confirm one of the following as I’m not sure I completly understood, when you load your website, let’s say domain.com, you are redirected to domain.com/wp-admin/index.php?

If the above example is not correct, can you please explain the which page exactly are you trying to load and what is shown afterwards?

Regards, KFSys