[pmwiki-users] Reinstall

Paul Badger pbadger at verizon.net
Sat Oct 3 23:51:51 CDT 2009

Reinstalled pmwiki - no change in behavior
Added "session_start();"   - no change in behavior

This is the top of my config file - just to check if I got it correct

<?php if (!defined('PmWiki')) exit();
# temprorary workaround for PHP 5.3 login issues
# pmwiki.org/wiki/PITS/01141

Here are some tidbits from my sys admin

At 11:13 AM -0400 10/3/09,  wrote:
>I think you hit the nail on the head.  good 
>find!  the server is running php 5.3.0 
>http://dm.risd.edu/info.php  Thats the version 
>that came with snow leopard server 10.6 and is 
>also need for the backend of the dm website.

Thanks in advance for any light you can shed on 
these issues. (wiki uploads broken)


>paul badger (2009-10-02 09:40):
>>  If I reinstall pmwiki - can I just copy files to the  wiki.d folder?
>>  Or is this a bad idea, because lots of other files need to be changed?
>>  Thanks in advance,
>>  paulb
>The issues you have reported in your other mails sound familiar... If
>the new server you mentioned uses PHP 5.3.0, reinstalling PmWiki won't
>help (though upgrading shouldn't hurt, if you're using some older
>For now, you could put this at the beginning of your config.php:
># temprorary workaround for PHP 5.3 login issues
># pmwiki.org/wiki/PITS/01141
>Anyway, the best would be to downgrade to an older PHP version until the
>developers of PmWiki investigate the issues with PHP 5.3.
>--  Rogutòs Sparnuotos
>pmwiki-users mailing list
>pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com
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