After upgrading from version 1.13.1 to 1.13.3 I receive the following error
for both the CheckUser and RenameUser extensions.
Fatal error*: Call to undefined method AuthPlugin::getUserInstance() in *
/home/public_html/extensions/CheckUser/CheckUser_body.php* on line *865
**Fatal error*: Call to undefined method AuthPlugin::getUserInstance() in *
/home/public_html/extensions/Renameuser/SpecialRenameuser_body.php* on line
Any ideas as to what the problem may be?
When logged in as WikiSysop (the only user on the system so far) and I
try and upload an image in my Wiki (version 1.12.0) I get the following
"File uploads are disabled on Systems."
I have followed the instructions at:-
I have confirmed the following settings:-
file_uploads = On
Check Apache aliases - I have not been able to check, would this cause
the above message?
www.mydomain.com/wiki/images is set to 755
$wgEnableUploads = true;
As far as I can see there are no permissions set in LocalSettings.php in
fact no variables at all with the text "permissions" in them.
$wgFileExtensions = array( 'png', 'gif', 'jpg', 'jpeg' );
upload_max_filesize is 8Mb
Can anyone help me sort this. Many Thanks
at the bottom of every page is the above text.
For the moment, I work on the local version of my site, and then I import new
db to web-version. So the nomber of visitors is wrong.
Is there something I can do about that ?
I'm trying to run an XML dump. I'm running MediaWiki version1.13.1 . My wiki
is installed on my iMac OS X 10.4.11 . I'm using the Terminal Application to
run dumpBackup.php however when I try and run the script I get the error:
Parse error: parse error, expecting `'('' in
/Library/WebServer/Documents/w/maintenance/dumpBackup.php on line 60
Does anyone know why I'm getting this error? Line 60 in the dumpBackup.php
$textMode = isset( $options['stub'] ) ? WikiExporter::STUB :
Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks.
I want to use some own html-files.
I created à special directory at the location of my site, I uploaded files by
ftp and I indicated the location by [http://mysite/mydirecyory/myfile.html
Il this dangerous ?
Is there a better way to use own files which normally are blacklisted?
For the moment, I am the only contributor, but how to hanndle this when there
will be other contributors?
Hi, I am writing an encyclopedia fork. Since I am doing it alone, I have a
lot of redlinks. I would like to redirect all these red links to Wikipedia,
while maintaining its color as still red. How should I go about doing it?
This is the very first time, I have installed a wiki and it is mediawiki.
mediawiki - 1.13.3
1> I am looking for such an arrangement when a user ( sysop ? ) can
create/delete the accounts with other system operation. I have already
disable the account creation by
$wgGroupPermissions['*']['createaccount'] = false;
But how can I create sysop user ?
2> Is it possible to just make a confirmation arrangement , so that I
can enable the account creation and sysop can then confirm or cancel the
account creation ?
Joydeep Bakshi, Linux System Admin
Kolkatainfoservices Pvt Ltd,
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Work Phone 91 033 40014784
The \, command enforces that the formula will be *always* rendered with TeX.
>Od: Sigbert Klinke
>Přijato: 6.1.2009 15:51:58
>Předmět: [Mediawiki-l] \phi
>writing text in the german Wikipedia I noticed that <math>\phi</math>
><math>\phi\,</math> delivers different phi's. In the first case a HTML
>symbol is used, in the second case a graphic with a different phi from
>LaTeX is generated. It seems to me there is an error in the TeX generation.
>MediaWiki-l mailing list
> Which enwiki-pages-meta-history?
Sorry, this was my error: In the dump file I was looking at
"AmericanSamoa", which was redirected to
"American Samoa" (2002-02-25) and then -- already as a redirect link
-- it was edited again (2005-07-03 and later).
> All those edits should appear there no matter how old the file is,
Yes, thank you very much.