[Pmwiki-users] pmwiki, suexec and php as cgi
Wed Apr 14 12:46:39 CDT 2004
I tried the install again. It created the homepage seemingly okay
(thought it looks a little different than it does on my Mac running on
the internal server.) But whenever I'm trying the links including
edit the page. I get .
Warning: Unexpected character in input: '
' (ASCII=12) state=1 in /usr/local/dh/cgi-system/php.cgi on line 2578
Parse error: parse error in /usr/local/dh/cgi-system/php.cgi on line
which seems to indicate some sort of problem with the php.cgi script on
dreamhost. Unless there is a mod on the pmwiki end I can do to get
around this somehow? There aren't many references to php as cgi on the
On Apr 10, 2004, at 10:11 AM, Patrick R. Michaud wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 10, 2004 at 02:03:17AM -0500, Trevis Martin wrote:
>> Hi, new to the list.
>> I've been trying to intall pmwiki on my dreamhost account. Dreamhost,
>> for security, uses suexec on it server which I understand causes all
>> scripts to run as the clients account name rather than noone and
>> nogroup. I essentially cannot do a chmod 2777 or a chmod 777 to let
>> pmwiki install properly.
> If you have suexec or some other system that causes the PHP scripts
> to run as the client, then you shouldn't need to do the chmod 2777 or
> chmod 777 step -- you can just skip it. However, if PmWiki won't
> the wiki.d directory, that probably means that your ISP has the mkdir
> function disabled in PHP. In this case, you can just create the wiki.d
> directory manually and things should work from there.
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