On Jan 15, 2004, at 17:39, Chris Croome wrote:
This basically works but at / there is the default
Fedora page that
is served when there is no index.html
Well, you might want to first confirm that the virtual server is the
one you're expecting. Put in a random HTML or text file and make sure
it's in the place you expect. Then try going at wiki.phtml directly.
If it's not working right, just dump the virtual server bits until
you've got it set up.
The configuration given looks like you would have to load up /wiki/ or
/wiki/wiki.phtml, not /, to get the wiki.
One other thing, what is the difference between these
two, is the
$wgDBsqlpassword variable the MySQL root password (that is what I'm
using but I don't understand why I'm also prompted for it when I run
$wgDBpassword = "";
$wgDBsqlpassword = "";
$wgDBpassword is for the regular wiki functioning. This account has
read/write access to all the wiki's tables, but it doesn't need to be
able to alter tables etc.
$wgDBsqlpassword is for a restricted account set up for sysops' SQL
queries. This should have read-only access and be totally restricted
from some parts of the database (user_email, user_password for
instance). Do *not* set that to your MySQL root account.
If you're using the install.php script, it should set up the accounts
based on the names and passwords you set.
-- brion vibber (brion @ pobox.com