My wiki is now up and running, looks the way I like it and am getting
the word around about it excistence.
So you can imagine that I am a bit troubled because of all the new
releases coming out. Especially if you know that the initial install
Would it be sufficient to search though the 1.3.5 package for any files
changed after 090904, the release date of 1.3.3, and only upload those?
Of course if the database has been changed, this also have to be done.
But I prefer to do that manually (if the changes are not too big).
How do I know if the database has been changed?
Mediawiki 1.4. can be done with the complete re-install again.
What is your advice?
Hey guys, hope you don't mind me bugging you again here. Over at
theopedia.com, if you put any term into the search field and press
submit, it returns:
For query ""
Badly formed search query
We could not process your query. This is probably because you have
attempted to search for a word fewer than three letters long, which is
not yet supported. It could also be that you have mistyped the
expression, for example "fish and and scales". Please try another
Any idea on why it isn't submitting the actual query?
I'm testing MediaWiki for use as a knowledge for victim assistance
professionals, but which will also be available for viewing by the
general public. Due to the specialist nature of the knowledge base,
I'm enabling the following security strings in LocalSettings.php to
limit editors to those who sign on, and reserving new account
creation to myself (I should mention that I am most definitely not a
# Specify who can edit
$wgWhitelistEdit = true;
# Specify who may create new accounts:
$wgWhitelistAccount = array ( 'user' => 0, 'sysop' => 1, 'developer'
=> 1 );
I've noticed that when $wgWhitelistAccount=array is enabled,
hyperlinks on the site lose their underlining. The text still
appears in blue (or red for new pages), but the hypertext underlining
only becomes visible to users after they log in. This change takes
place in all browsers I've tested (IE, Netscape, Firefox, Opera).
Is there a way to correct this? If so, please explain simply; I'll
do my best to follow instructions, but as I said, I'm not a
Victim Assistance Online
I've upgrade my installation of mediawiki over at theopedia.com from
what I think was a 1.3 beta to 1.3.5. Searching for anything returns
nothing, and updating or adding a page returns the following:
The last attempted database query was:
INSERT INTO recentchanges
[[:Category:Jesus Christ | Jesus Christ (Christology)]]
from within function "RecentChange::save". MySQL returned error "1054:
Unknown column 'rc_ip' in 'field list'".
Any ideas? How do I go about getting the database schema updated?
Hello Mediawiki users and hackers,
to add my own markup and callback function. The string that I get in
this function seems to be utf8. Is there any way to get the string
encoded in latin-1? (Wherever this is possible) Or is this more a php
question or ...?
Usually "C Sharp" is used for C#.
[mailto:mediawiki-l-bounces@Wikimedia.org]On Behalf Of Giovanni
Sent: Thursday, October 07, 2004 2:52 PM
To: MediaWiki announcements and site admin list
Subject: Re: [Mediawiki-l] Special character in links
Plus Plus stay for ++, what for #? diesis is ok? Or what?
I have a MediaWiki instance that is still on version
1.1. What strategy do you recommend for upgrading to
1.3? Do I need to upgrade 1.1 to 1.2 to 1.3? Or can
I upgrade 1.1 directly to 1.3?
Thanks for your help!
i have the following problem :
i trying to install a mediawiki version 1.3.5 in Russian and after chmodding the dir and filling the installation formular ive got this:
Initialising "MediaWiki" namespace...
Warning: Undefined index: 1movedto2 in /home/ZTM3PNG1/htdocs/encyclopedia/languages/LanguageRu.php on line 1028
And then if i trying to access the main page (after moving localsettings.php to the root directory) im getting:
[pear_error: message="fopen("/tmp/tpl_0_7_0_239b6c042560228b7d7cdf729efbd138.php", "w") - Operation not permitted" code=0 mode=return level=notice prefix="" info=""]
Wats wrong ?