Thanks all for your help! I am able to create permalinks but it strangely inserted “index.php” within the URL. I created a page called “test” and the URL is now “http://knit.ucsd.edu/index.php/test/”.
Additionally, I see an error message in the BuddyPress settings. While it doesn’t seem directly related to the issue at hand, perhaps it points to the underlying problem?
Your BuddyPress Docs attachments directory is publicly accessible. Doc attachments will not be properly protected from direct viewing, even if the parent Docs are non-public.
It looks like you are running Apache. The most likely cause of your problem is that the
AllowOverride directive has been disabled, either globally (
httpd.conf) or in a
VirtualHost definition. Contact your host for assistance.
Are either of those details possible leads? Thanks again!