I am using Local by Flywheel and I have installed 5 Wordpress sites with it. They work fine.
All of a sudden I cannot create another site anymore and I continuously receive this error message:
This happened even after I downloaded the latest version of Local by Flywheel released on May 20, 2020.
Here is the Local Log below.
local-lightning.log (851.1 KB)
I tried searching the forum, but I did not get any answers because I seem to have a strange error: “Too many positional arguments: ng” That “ng” is just my last name!!!
I am not a techie, so technical jargon might not help.
Thanks in advance!
Am having the same problem too
I’m new to Local. And I tried installing wordpress on Local with little success. Same error as Juicy_Jedi. Any solution?
From the error, it looks like it might be an issue with trying to designate a WP user containing a space in the username. You might try
dennis-ng and see if that works.
Thank you for this response. Will try your suggestion.
I had the same problem adding a website and luckily found this thread so I could solve it. I had used a username with space in it.
The solution of @afragen works, but also local has worked with space before, so it seems introduced in an update.
When I google this problem I find it may have something to do with missing quotes somewhere in the code. Perhaps something flywheel can look into. If a space is allowed by the entry field and wordpress itself, then it should be processed right or lead to more user friendly messages. So it is a bug either way.
Thanks for a working solution @afragen
Having the same issue. Any help?
local-lightning.log (11.7 KB)
try this …
1-go to dirctory path of Local app
C:\Program Files (x86)\Local
2- open resources foder
C:\Program Files (x86)\Local\resources\extraResources
3- extract here wordpress.tar.gz file then enjoy
Note I had this same error. I didn’t have spaces in the user name, but did in the password. Spaces are allowed in WP passwords but not in Local WP installs. Gives the error
Error: Too many positional arguments: 2.0*
Took out the spaces in the password and install worked.
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