[pmwiki-users] Fresh install - can't save pages - text reverts and no save made
the_rhodus at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Jul 14 17:48:07 CDT 2010
DOH! I've fixed it now and it *was* an issue with .htaccess.
I installed it in www.example.com/imyfolder BUT the rewrite rules of www.example.com (which are EPIC!) were filtering though to PmWiki. I see that PmWiki doesn't have a root folder .htaccess file and I see that it doesn't - out of the box - use mod_rewrite.
SO, I stuffed a .htaccess file in the root folder with "RewriteEngine off" in it ;-)
BIg thanks and respect to all the PmWiki freaks on this list. I hope to be a PmWiki freak someday (^o^)
--- On Wed, 14/7/10, Tegan Dowling wrote:
On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 11:40 AM, Daniel Rhodes wrote:
Hello there pmWiki users!
I have an issue with a fresh install of pmWiki (and I see the same Q on http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/PmWiki/Questions * but with no answer posted!) and I wonder if anybody knew anything about it or how to solve it.
I've been playing with pmWiki on my local and I LOVE it. I'm installing it now for one of my client's intranet, and ostensibly the install has gone swimmingly.
BUT, when I make an edit to a page and click "Save", the new text that I have added dissappears and no change is saved. The change is not even preserved in the textarea. Clicking "Save" seems to remove any text that I add to the page.
wiki.d folder is 777, and I've installed everything as per my successful install on my local.
Well, any (relevant) comments are welcome I guess ;-)
* [quote] (November, 2006) When i try and save a change to any page, the change disappears and reverts back to the previous format. There is no error message and I created the wiki.d directory with access 777. I have just installed PMWiki.
Make sure you have a good copy of the .htaccess file in the site's root directory?
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