Hi, I was wondering if there was any way to change the login error message
when a user tries to log in with a correct username but incorrect password
to be the same as the error given when they try to log in with an incorrect
password? I dont want a potential attacker to be able to know if a username
is valid or not.
How to search engines treat #REDIRECT pages? Is only the text of the
destination page indexed or is the meta-data from the redirecting page
also included in the index?
I keep getting this js error, and can't figure out where to fix it. The var
seems to be defined in skin.php, but is not getting to the page source. I
read somewhere this is a bug, but what should my workaround be? The JS
should ignore an undefined variable, but doesn't.
As a workaround, i am defining the far in the top of wikibits.js, but then I
undefined error for another var "wgContentLanguage."
What am I missing here? How do I remove these errors without just resetting
the VARs = 0, and thus, overriding things that might be set by
localsettings.php, and thus be important?
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I have recently installed mediawiki, postfix with sasl and tls, and php pear
I configured my postfix server as a relay smtp, and tested it by
invoking sendmail directly and was able to receive an email.
I then ran a test using php with a php page doing a submit and sending
an email, this also worked.
For configuring mediawiki, for some reason I'm receiving errors. Here is
the configuration I used in LocalSettings.php
## Begin Custom Configuration
$wgSMTP = array (
"host" => 'localhost',
"IDHost" => 'localhost',
"port" => "25",
"auth" => false
$wgEmailAuthentication = true;
$wgEnableEmail = true;
#$wgEnableUserEmail = true;
$wgDebugLogFile = "/tmp/wiki.log";
The error message I receive when I create a new user on mediaiwiki and
it tries to send a confirmation email is
Error sending mail: 1
Has anyone else experienced this? Thanks in advance.
Does anyone know of a MediaWiki extension to provide revision control
for uploaded images, say, via subversion?
On first thought it seems easy -- just let the /images folder be a
subversion working copy, and run hooks to do "svn add/commit" on upload
or "svn delete/commit" on deletion, providing the user comment as an svn
comment. Maybe the hardest parts would be:
* The necessary "svn add" operations when new subfolders get
created in /images.
* Adding this extension to an existing wiki that hasn't been
running it before (i.e., only some historical images will be in
* Doing a "history" command on an image file, as opposed to the
article in the Image: namespace... UI considerations....
A very simple, though incomplete, implementation, would be to run an svn
commit (and associated adds & deletes) every N minutes on /images. That
might yield 80% of the benefits without writing an extension.