I looked for a solution but I haven't found it either online or on the
I have got this wiki http://cemp.altervista.org
Every page created with the form Paradox
http://cemp.altervista.org/index.php?title=Form:Paradox will have a
Keywords section. I would like:
- for every word that is input in that field to belong to the Keywords
- for every word that is input to be a subcategory of the Keywords
- that every subcategory created this way to be assigned to the page
that is created trhough the form
For example take this page
In the form to create it I would input 'Nothing' and 'Test' in the Keywords
Once the page is created the links in the Keywords section will
respectively send the user to the Nothing or Test category page (both
subcategories of Keywords). The page will have the Nothing and Test
Is it possible?
Thank you very much
I'm having trouble with a fresh install using the 1.31 tarball. We are
using MySQL, and I created the database and user per the instructions
CREATE DATABASE wikidb;
CREATE USER 'wikiuser'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'XXXXX';
GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON wikidb.* TO 'wikiuser'@'localhost' WITH GRANT OPTION;
The next step is to run "php maintenance/install.php" but no
directions are provided. Running with information from "install.php
--help" is failing:
# php maintenance/install.php --dbname:wikidb --dbuser:wikiuser
Argument <admin> required!
What is the argument <admin>?
Thanks in advance
# php maintenance/install.php --help
CLI-based MediaWiki installation and configuration.
Default options are indicated in parentheses.
Usage: php install.php [--conf|--confpath|--dbname|--dbpass|--dbpassfile|--dbpat
Generic maintenance parameters:
--help (-h): Display this help message
--quiet (-q): Whether to supress non-error output
--conf: Location of LocalSettings.php, if not default
--wiki: For specifying the wiki ID
--globals: Output globals at the end of processing for debugging
--memory-limit: Set a specific memory limit for the script, "max"
for no limit or "default" to avoid changing it
--server: The protocol and server name to use in URLs, e.g.
http://en.wikipedia.org. This is sometimes necessary because server name
detection may fail in command line scripts.
--profiler: Profiler output format (usually "text")
--mwdebug: Enable built-in MediaWiki development settings
Script dependant parameters:
--dbuser: The DB user to use for this script
--dbpass: The password to use for this script
Script specific parameters:
--confpath: Path to write LocalSettings.php to (/var/www/html/wiki)
--dbname: The database name (my_wiki)
--dbpassfile: An alternative way to provide dbpass option, as the
contents of this file
--dbpath: The path for the SQLite DB ($IP/data)
--dbport: The database port; only for PostgreSQL (5432)
--dbprefix: Optional database table name prefix
--dbschema: The schema for the MediaWiki DB in PostgreSQL/Microsoft
SQL Server (mediawiki)
--dbserver: The database host (localhost)
--dbtype: The type of database (mysql)
--env-checks: Run environment checks only, don't change anything
--installdbpass: The password for the DB user to install as.
--installdbuser: The user to use for installing (root)
--lang: The language to use (en)
--pass: The password for the wiki administrator.
--passfile: An alternative way to provide pass option, as the
contents of this file
--scriptpath: The relative path of the wiki in the web server
--with-extensions: Detect and include extensions
[name]: The name of the wiki (MediaWiki)
<admin>: The username of the wiki administrator.
I don't know if you will reply or not, but I have to say, one of the website has infringed my reputation. The link is https://weiki.esu.zone/%E9%99%88%E6%B1%89%E8%BE%BE .
Please help me to delete the link and close the site forever.
I'll be so appreciate if you would like to help me.
When I edit a page with Visual Editor and try to save, I get a "HTTP 404 apierror-visualeditor-docserver-http".
I have try to follow the documentation how to set up it, but I do not understand everything.
For my configuration, see https://github.com/magol/sag-wiki (links to config files in README.md)
Please, look at my configuration and give me some clues what I have done wrong.
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I have hit a problem with the Scribunto extension which, after a good
few hours digging, I have not been able to track down and fix. It
manifests as an 'Internal server error' with the message ' The server
encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to
complete your request.' , but only when completing or previewing an
edit. All affected pages still work fine except that their main template
cannot be edited (The pages themselves can).
The site uses about a dozen big and complex Semantic templates, each
including up to twenty additional templates plus calls to the standard Wikipedia
'infobox' Lua module. Trying to complete or preview an edit to that
module separately produces the same error aswell.
I can find no related entries in the http error or any other log and the
Infobox module last edit date predates this problem by at least a year.
It therefore looks to me like a Linux server config issue of some sort,
although I cannot recall any changes there that pre-date the problem either.
Can any one offer any ideas please.
A few weeks ago I sent out a tentative announcement, but now it's more
official: the next EMWCon, or Enterprise MediaWiki Conference, will be
taking place five months from now, on April 3-5, 2019, in Daly City, right
near San Francisco. For more information, and to indicate that you're
interested in attending (if you are), see the page for it here:
P.S. Don't forget about SMWCon Fall 2018, which is happening next week in
Regensburg, Germany! (
https://www.semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/SMWCon_Fall_2018) I sadly can't
make it, but it sounds like it's going to have a lot of good talks.