[pmwiki-users] Error encountered with upgrade to 2.2 beta 65

Henrik henrik.bechmann at sympatico.ca
Fri Apr 4 13:23:22 CDT 2008

Thanks for the confirmation Sandy. So far I'm very happy with them. They 
seem to run their hosting service like a utility: if nothing goes wrong, 
they won't have any support work. If they encounter a problem, they seem 
to want to fix it so that it "stays fixed". And if they can't do 
something, they just say so. All of which is just the way I want it.

- Henrik

Sandy wrote:
> Henrik wrote:
>> Patrick,
>> Thanks for pointing me to the specific module responsible for the 
>> security, Patrick, and for the reality check.
>> I am continuing to investigate alternate webserver hosts. 
>> canadianwebhosting.com looks promising. 
> I have used that host for several years, and am happy with them. Their 
> support is quick and knowledgeable. Their price is excellent. We noticed 
> a lot of downtime at one point, but things didn't get annoying enough 
> for us to keep records.
> I followed the standard "slightly more secure" pmwiki installation 
> (change permissions, have pmwiki create wiki.d, tighten them up again). 
> We have subdomains and cleanURLs. I didn't touch the unmask statement in 
> pmwiki. I don't even think we have the block recipe going. So far, we 
> haven't had any security problems.
> At one time, they didn't allow the word "open" to be in a file. Pm 
> helped me track down why my page wasn't saving and gave me a 
> work-around. CWH fixed the real problem within a day.
> Cheers!
> Sandy
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Henrik Bechmann
Webmaster, www.dufferinpark.ca

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