Hi, I have two websites on the same topic and I am trying to use one
image folder so that both websites can share the same images. I have
used symlinks for one website (kesihatan) pointing to the image folder
of the other website (health). What else do I need to do? I tried:
$wgUploadPath = "images";
$wgUploadDirectory = "images";
$wgAllowExternalImages = true;
but it is not working. I also tried
$wgUploadPath = "../health/images";
Any help deeply appreciated.
What does the error below mean:
SMTP -> ERROR: Failed to connect to server: A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time, or established connection failed because connected host has failed to respond. (10060)
SMTP Error: Could not connect to SMTP host.
I googled with no luck, any help is appreciated.
I'm extremelly new in WIKIs but I have a good challenge and I wanted to share with you.
In my situation, I have 4 different wikis, both from Media WIKI, but they are separate in different folders in my webserver.
For an example:
My question is, I want to create a search page, it could be on /var/www/wiki. This search page must to be able to perform the search on the directories above-mentioned.
Is there an easy way to perform that? Any subject that may be discussed earlier?
Thanks in advance.
Hola mi nombre es david fernandez, colaboro en el proyecto ututo. Queria
consultar con una duda que tengo, nuestro manual en linea elaborado en
mediwiki fue atacado por bots malisiosos llenado de spam, queria saber si
hay algun metodo para eliminar masivamente a los usarios?, ya que no
encontre algun metodo.
I am using flash extension for my wiki to show flash file but it wont work.
even not getting any error. i think it is parsing error. cz it is not taking
as a flash file.
is there any idea about this?
This is all the obvious method, but the key thing I want to note is
that it actually works smoothly just as you would expect :-)
Our intranet wiki is MediaWiki 1.13 using MySQL on a Solaris 10 box,
which is our general internal-use database server. Oracle runs on the
same box and decided to fill /data last week, breaking MySQL and hence
the wiki we use for the instructions on how to fix the box ...
So I set up something to mirror it.
1. Install 1.17b1 on a RHEL 5 VM (that we already have a copy of
MediaWiki 1.15 on). Defaults are fine.
2. Put this script in the maintenance directory of the first box
(server names anonymised), using your full paths to php and scp, run
it from cron at 5am every day:
/usr/local/bin/php dumpBackup.php --full >dump.xml
3. Put the ssh key for the first box user the script runs as in
~admin/.ssh/authorized_keys on the second box, so the scp runs
4. Put this script in the maintenance directory of the second box,
using your full path to php, run it from cron at 6am every day:
/usr/bin/php importDump.php dump.xml
This doesn't copy images or files - we don't use images much at all.
That can come later if we care :-) Looking a bit broken may well be a
feature in this context ...
I put a notice in MediaWiki:Sitenotice and MediaWiki:Anonnotice on the
mirror copy that this was a read-only mirror, and disabled editing for
everyone who wasn't me.
(and yes, I have vague plans to update the wiki from 1.13. OTOH,
MediaWiki on Solaris is so stupidly painful in my experience that I
advise no-one do it ever.)