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Error: The update cannot be installed because we will be unable to copy some files. This is usually due to inconsistent file permissions. Solution: Check SELinux, make sure it is disabled, and if not, you should disable it. In Putty, #sestatus, the output must be disabled, and if not, edit it at: /etc/selinux/config Change /var/www/html to 777. In ...
Sounds like you don't have an image library enabled with PHP (that probably should have generated some errors so maybe first look at your php error logs). Checkout if GD2 is enabled in your php.ini file.
Unfortunately, when changing the URL of your site with Wordpress, you also need to do a pretty big find/replace job in the database: this is because any links or images (and probably a number of other things too) added to posts have absolute (http://localhost:8888/wp-content/uploads/etc.) rather than relative links (/wp-content/uploads/etc.). Thus, all your ...
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