[pmwiki-users] after update - unable to edit
Patrick R. Michaud
pmichaud at pobox.com
Tue Oct 20 15:26:51 CDT 2015
When you went to the pmwiki.php page, did PmWiki give you the default
home page or did it give you instructions for creating wiki.d ?
Normally PmWiki will create wiki.d for you, or it will tell you what
needs to be changed in order to create it.
You might also need to temporarily rename local/config.php to something
else in case there are any recipes that are affecting normal startup.
On Tue, Oct 20, 2015 at 09:30:03PM +0200, Wolf Drechsel wrote:
> Hello, thanks for the quick reply.
> I renamed the wiki.d dir into wiki.d-backup - then went to a browser
> and called my site http://mydomain.com/pmwiki/pmwiki.php (guess, this
> was meant by "run PmWiki").
> But no wiki.d directory is created after that. Permissions of the
> pmwiki dir is 755.
> What shall I do?
> > Another (possibly simpler) approach to try is to rename "wiki.d" to
> > "wiki.d-backup", run PmWiki to let it create a new "wiki.d"
> > directory,
> > then copy the files from wiki.d-backup into wiki.d . (I suggest
> > doing
> > a copy instead of a move so you still have the originals lying
> > around.)
> > In most PHP environments, it's the permissions of the wiki.d
> > directory
> > itself that matters for updating, and not the permissions of the
> > files
> > within the wiki.d directory.
> > Pm
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