Does anyone else have any ideas?
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From: "VP Singh" <vpsinghdb(a)gmail.com>
Date: 26 Dec 2013 23:19
Subject: Re: [WikimediaMobile] Mobile Frontend Problem: Installing on a
subdomain on shared hosting
To: "Jon Robson" <jdlrobson(a)gmail.com>
It did not worked. It redirected me to http://m
BTW(By the way)
Its not the only problem. I want to know these things:
1. How the m subdomain will view the content of w directory which has
mobile frontend files. on apache server?
2. Is there an configuration, i have to do.
3. Is mediawiki script is able to generate subdomains and view the content
itself without configurations on apache.
I am still learning these things. I need a tutorial to do this.
The above thing can be worked if , i use $wgMobileUrlTemplate =
. It redirects to
but does not have any content of mobile frontend.
I hope you can help with this.
On Thu, Dec 26, 2013 at 1:56 PM, Jon Robson <jdlrobson(a)gmail.com> wrote:
This sounds like this bug that is currently open:
To work around I think you need to set it using %h0, %h1 and %h2 where
'%h0' maps to 'en', '%h1' maps to 'wikipedia', and
'%h2' maps to 'org'.
On Tue, Dec 24, 2013 at 9:42 PM, VP Singh <vpsinghdb(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I have my wiki on xserve.org
and when i click
mobileview. it goes to
which is totally fine.
I want the mobile view on the m subdomain. mm.xserve.org
I set $mobileurltemplate : m.xserve.org
. Now , the links appears to be
broken. I want to know how to use the m on apache server.
I tried to use rewrite rule. but it was wrong.
If the mobileurltemplate can automaatically generate a subdomain and
display the content
or Give me the rewrite rule, only if its need
If you visit the wiki. it is in under construction. just solve this
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