Cannot Upload [404 error]

I cannot upload with my Seafile install. I am running it on a localhost, Windows 10, Apache 2.4. I can browse the Seafile UI, make folders and files. I’ve tried uploading but Chrome is showing a 404 error after after the upload attempts to save the file. I think the problem revolves around the /seafhttp Rewrite rule because the server cannot find that location.

Here’s my vhost conf

<VirtualHost *:80>
    DocumentRoot "C:/Apache24/www/root/seafile"
    Alias /media "C:/Apache24/www/root/seafile/seafile-server-6.0.7/seahub/media"
    RewriteEngine On

    <Location /media>
        Require all granted

    ProxyPass "/seafhttp" ""
    ProxyPassReverse "/seafhttp" ""
    RewriteRule ^/seafhttp - [QSA,L]

    SetEnvIf Request_URI . proxy-fcgi-pathinfo=unescape
    SetEnvIf Authorization "(.*)" HTTP_AUTHORIZATION=$1
    ProxyPass / fcgi://

Anyone? I don’t know how to fix this? Is seafhttp a folder or file I am missing?

Still nothing? I might as well go back to Linux and use ownCloud. At least I was able to get that software working without even asking for help. It’s not like I am attached to Windows. The only reason I am using it is because it came with the PC.

If it helps, I noticed I cannot access Seafile while my fastcgi setting is set to true.

In the meantime I’ll be flashing a Linux ISO to USB.

Dude, we are all on our free time here (most of us). If you decide to go back to Owncloud, you are welcome, noone will force you to stay. But please show some respect and patience. :slight_smile:

Did you check the manual, all of it?

Why do you have this port in your servername? This should not be required.
Please post your seafile & seahub config. What is your service URL?

We started working on a best practise guide, but it takes time (possibly several weeks to month) and we’re doing this on our free time. Again please be patient. :wink:

Why not run Seafile on a Linux VM then? It does not make sense to run it on your Windows machine though. Would always be offline once your machine is down. You could rent a VPS or use a RPie for that.