Hi, is it true that multiple Mediawiki websites must share the same database
in order to share the same software? I have been combing the internet and
this seems to be the case.
On Tue, Jan 25, 2011 at 2:21 PM, Ekompute .info <ekompute(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Hi, seems like there are some difficulties, using my
proposed method to set
up multi-wikis, so I am trying very, very hard to implement Daniel Barrett's
idea which avoids trying to reinvent the wheel.
Actually, I have tried that before many years back but I could not
understand the procedure. Now that I have acquired a little more knowledge
and tried again by really, really putting by best foot forward, I still
encounter the same problem. Would appreciate if you can help me find out
what's wrong with what I do. Since it is easier to put it in a webpage,
together with illustrating diagrams, I have rewrote this
Thanking all of you in anticipation.... must do it right this time once and
for all, LOL. It's being a long-time problem.
On Mon, Jan 24, 2011 at 3:09 PM, Ekompute .info <ekompute(a)gmail.com>wrote;wrote:
Hi Platonides, it is hard to answer your question
without a diagram, so I
try to explain it at one of my
I hope my explanation is what you are seeking to find out. How would I know
which file is run when the user goes to www.example.net?
Would it be the
On Mon, Jan 24, 2011 at 12:37 AM, Platonides <Platonides(a)gmail.com>wrote;wrote:
Ekompute .info wrote:
Hi Platonides, thank you for your response.
I put all my mediawiki files into one folder called "commonmediawiki".
create separate folders for each website where I
and the image folder. These separate folders (for
with the "commonmediawiki" folder are
one level below the html folder
is given by my webhost.
How to I interepret the following comment: "If you customize your file
layout, set $IP to the directory that contains the other MediaWiki
will be used as a base to locate files."
What file is run when the user goes to www.example.net
? Where is it
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