I have to restrict, in my corporate lan networtk, the rights.
I have mediawiki 1.13.2 and, by now, I can't upgrade it.
group1 (user1+user2+ .. +userk)
read and write on all mediawiki
group2 ( user(k+1) .. userN )
read and write on a subset of documents inside the same mediawiki.
I have one Linux-Server with with six MediaWikis
I would for every wiki a separate fulltext-search, because the wikis
working autonome. Which fulltext-search engine is for this request the
right one? And how to setup this solution?
I hope, you understand my question somewhat. My english is horrible. ;o)
Hi, what das it mean, when i get the error Templateloop located?
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I'm new to MediaWiki and tried the dumpBackup.php on a WAPP stack
install. I've set AdminSettings.php user and password to match those
in LocalSettings.php as described in the manual. I receive the
following error when executing the script:
DB connection error: Postgres functions missing, have you compiled PHP
with the --with-pgsql option?
MediaWiki was installed with compiling and source; strictly dropping
its source php and running the install scripts from html.
Is this a well-known installation error? The MediaWiki is operating as
expected from the html server.
Thanks for any pointers.
Might one innocently assume, without fear of a nasty surprize later, that
before 1.16 is released all of the maintenance scripts will be tested and
confirmed to work as advertized?
----- Original Message -----
> From: Chad
> Real Soon Now ;-)
> Actually, Tim's expressed an interest in getting 1.16 out
> the door. The JS2 branch was de-merged, lots more
> code review going on, lots of "cleanup" commits too.