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I have a Drupal site which I have just migrated to a different Linux server for development. The site seems to be working more or less.

However, one problem persists: None of the images is shown. Instead, if I click on an image, it says: "Requested URL not found."

What is more, all of these images exist in the proper directories. I checked .htaccess for RewriteRules but did not find anything relevant. I have also played with permissions. Currently the entire root of the site is set to 755.

What can I do to make the images work?

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If you have some sort of caching service like "Varnish" active you may want to try clearing it's cache.

This sometimes happens to me and I just need to clear my browser's cache.

  • I dont have any of those installed. I also tried using the Private browser windows, as well as different browsers to no avail. – MadPhysicist May 16 '16 at 16:18

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