<GroupName>/", this will list all pages in that group.
/", this will list all pages.
?action=editto the URL.
http://www.pmichaud.com/wiki/PmWiki/ANewPage) and then click on the question mark after the text Describe ?. A third way is to manually type in the URI of the new page and append
http://www.pmichaud.com/wiki/PmWiki/ANewPage?action=edit). See also PmWiki.CreatingNewPages.
target="new"in a link?
%newwin%before your link, as in: http://www.google.com. If you want to have the link appear in a named window, you can use
%target=windowname%. (See WikiStyles for more details.)
<a name='...'>) in a page?
[[#anchor link text]]. To link to an anchor within another page, use either
[[PageName#anchor link text]].
include("scripts/fixperms.php");to your local.php and see if that fixes the problem. Read the beginning of the fixperms.php script itself for more details about what it does/how it works.
putenv("TZ=CST6CDT");in your local.php file (see LocalCustomizations). For other timezones, replace the
CST6CDTwith the appropriate specifier for your time zone. (Does anyone know a reference to the full listing of codes?) See http://www.timeanddate.com/library/abbreviations/timezones
[[Attach:<file> link text]].
The requested URL was not found on this server.). Then, assuming step 5 only creates directory wiki.d I do that myself, followed by a chmod 777 on wiki.d (cannot perform a chmod 2777). Then still nothing, same error. Reading further and deeper in various config-files it suggests to add the
umask(0)statement in the
local.phpfile. Error message changes into:
The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.I think something is wrong with permissions and the way php is being handled. Suggestions?