Jump to content

userapache123

Members
  • Content Count

    8
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About userapache123

  • Rank
    Newbie
  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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.
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.