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  2. For an valid user account of wiki (e.g. Acct1), the reset password email is NOT getting received. I have the following settings in LocalSettings.php: $wgEnableEmail = true; $wgEnableUserEmail = true; # UPO $wgEnotifUserTalk = false; # UPO $wgEnotifWatchlist = true; # UPO $wgEmailAuthentication = true; I have an valid user account (e.g. Acct1) and that account was initialliy created by not entering any email, as email is optional for account creation. To reset password, the request was sent to gmail. Also attempted by trying to send the email to Microsoft Outlook. I chec
  3. As this was related to the upgrade of Wiki, I had to upodate PHP. Doing the PHP update using the information below solved the problem. https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Upgrading#Web_updater
  4. Last week
  5. I am using in Windows server: MediaWiki 1.35.2 Apache 2.4.47 Win64 from Xampp mysql-8.0.23-winx64 (MySQL :: Download MySQL Community Server) PHP 7.4.3 I have sucessfully created a new account in wiki. After that, I get a page as: Your account has been created. You can change your aocwiki preferences if you wish. Return to Main Page. By clicking on "Main page", I can successfully edit the Wiki page. After that, I log out. Next, when I attempt to log in using the same account (which was created only a few minutes back) and I know the password, I get the err
  6. This is a browser security feature; most browsers do not allow clicking on file links from an http/https website. There is no solution to make it work, upload the relevant file locally to your wiki and link to it using regular wikilinks.
  7. I am using in Windows server: MediaWiki 1.35.2 Apache 2.4.47 Win64 from Xampp mysql-8.0.23-winx64 (MySQL :: Download MySQL Community Server) PHP 7.4.3 In the source code of Mediawiki, I have code as below: <ul><li><a rel="nofollow" class="external text" href="file://///networkwithaccess/myfolder/myfile.doc">This is my file</a></li> When I click on it, it does nothing, and certainly does not open/download the file (Microsoft-Word document). However, from the same machine (where I am trying to open it from mediawiki link), I can successf
  8. I copied the files found in the image folder (again, as the past copy had missing files) and now I can see the images. I need to verify it more for additional images.
  9. I have a need to move MediaWiki (and also upgrade to the newer version) from an older Windows server to a newer Windows server. The older Windows server has MediaWiki 1.23.5 along with Apache 2.2, MySQL 5, and older version of PHP from 2010. In the newer in Windows server, I am installing: MediaWiki 1.35.2 Apache 2.4.47 Win64 from Xampp mysql-8.0.23-winx64 (MySQL :: Download MySQL Community Server) PHP 7.4.3 (from Xampp) I got a dump of the SQL file from the older machine and successfullly imported that SQL into the MySQL of the newer machine. I configured MediaWiki
  10. What do I need to do to make all the wiki pages be served from (fake domain with http) of myfakedomain.org (instead of mymachinename:8082)? I want to test it out till I purchase the real certificate and domain. I wan to test out what needs to be done to serve all the wiki fakes from myfakedomain.org instead of mymachinename:8082 In other words, instead of all the URLs starting as: http://mymachinename:8082/mywiki/index.php/Main_Page/ I want all the URLs to start as: http://myfakedomain.org/mywiki/index.php/Main_Page/ I am using in Windows server: Media
  11. Ah. I set the $wgGTagHonorDNT flag to false and am seeing the tracking code now. Thank you for your help.
  12. This forum is not for Wikipedia support, so we can't provide much help to you here. The easiest thing to do would be to try resetting your password while on a different IP (for example, if you got that message on your home wifi, try a cellular connection). Failing that, your best bet is to reach out to the Wikipedia admins for assistance; the block message should contain some instructions on how to do that.
  13. By default the extension will omit the tracking code if your browser sends a "Do Not Track" signal to the website. I am guessing this is what is happening for you, as some more privacy-focused browsers send this signal by default, and most other browsers can be configured to send that signal in their privacy settings. The extension page on mediawiki.org goes into more detail on how to configure this behavior, as well as a means of exempting user groups from being tracked.
  14. So I found that the gtag code is being inserted for other users, just not for me. Are certain users not tracked by default?
  15. Hi, I installed the GTag extension and have verified that it is installed and running via the SpecialPages:Version page. I also added my tracking code to the $wgGTagAnalyticsId variable in LocalSettings.php. However, I when I view the source of a page in my wiki, it does not have the tracking code in the source (I did a search for 'gtag' as well as my tracking code). Please advise.
  16. I've created my Wikipedia account 10 years ago and now I want to log into my account. But, now I see an error telling me that I can't reset my password because I'm in a blocked range of IP. I didn't do anything wrong. Actually, I haven't made any changes or edits. So why should I be blocked from accessing my account? I can't even create a new account with my previous user name because it is taken! Would you please help me?
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  18. Hey guys, I'm having some trouble getting an OAuth2 client to work with MediaWiki. The install is stock standard, and I have full access to my web server. I had an oauth2 client working with DokuWiki, so the oauth API server and Discord are configured correctly. My gut feeling is that I'm confusing the namespaces or similar in MediaWiki? Any ideas? ```$wgOAuth2Client['client']['id'] = ''; // The client ID assigned to you by the provider (By whom? My API provider?) $wgOAuth2Client['client']['secret'] = ''; // The client secret assigned to you by the provider $wgOAuth2
  19. yes, thank you i found out too. Unfortunately it wasn't in the wiki, maybe it should be added as a hint.
  20. If you still have access to your old database server (the server itself, not just backup files): Export it as a .sql file using the mysqldump program via the command line Copy the .sql file generated to the new computer Import the .sql file using the mysql program via the command line If you no longer have access to the old database server, you are potentially out of luck if your existing .sql file did not import successfully.
  21. The location of your real files should not match the virtual directory you set up for short URLs. Good: Files in /w, e.g. https://example.com/w/index.php Article path in /wiki, e.g. https://example.com/wiki/Main_Page Bad: Files and article path in the same location (e.g. both in /wiki) Files and/or article path in website root You are in one of the "bad" cases which is why those rewrite rules are not working for you. Extra care is required when doing one of the configurations listed above as "bad", and even with a correct configuration certain artic
  22. Please help so that I can export MySQL database from prior MediaWiki into a new Windows machine where I need to install Mediawiki and import the prior MySQL database. In other words, a new Windows machine needs to be used where Mediawiki will be installed, but I need to export the old MySQLdatabase from the old Windows machine to the new Windows machine. I have installed XAmpp in the new Windows machine and I ahve configured Apache and MySQL in the new Windows machine. I also created a new database (with name newmediawiki) in MySQL. However, importing the old MySQL database into the new d
  23. Hi, I have taken over the administration of a MediaWiki server at my university (Version: 1.35.2). It is installed with XAMPP (PHP: 7.4.9 (apache2handler); MariaDB: 10.4.14-MariaDB; ICU: 66.1) in /opt/lampp/htdocs/wiki I'm currently trying to shorten the URL with the help of this guide, or rather put it into a readable form. So I added this to the httpd.conf: ## https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Short_URL/Apache # Enable the rewrite engine RewriteEngine On # Short URL for wiki pages RewriteRule ^/?wiki(/.*)?$ %{DOCUMENT_ROOT}/wiki/index.php [L] # Redirect / to Main Page R
  24. Do you mean that run it like "php importDump.php < dumpfile.xml" in the shell?
  25. If it's big and may cause timeouts on the web, use the importDump.php maintenance script from the command line. This involves first uploading the xml file onto the server somewhere, and then running the script on the file. It will still take a long time, but will not time out because maintenance scripts do not have time limits on execution.
  26. I want to import a large dump file (XML file) into my wiki. I have root authority. What worries me is being a time-out. How can I get a large XML file to my wiki?
  27. 🙂 Bonjour, j'aimerais savoir comment obtenir ce résultat de boîte de recherche sur exemple mobile Pour créer « Vidag », suivez le guide ! ou comment installer l'installateur merci. Bonjour, je voudrais savoir comment obtenir cet exemple de résultat de champ de recherche mobile Pour créer "Vidag", suivez le guide! ou comment installer l'extension merci.
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