[pmwiki-users] Re: pmwiki-users Digest, Vol 3, Issue 2

Rene Visco rvisco at csdr-cde.ca.gov
Thu Sep 1 16:37:49 CDT 2005

I tried to focus on Windows clients for now.  I copied the full server 
location such as


Then I added it to localmap.txt and the problem is that pmwiki 
considered it as a

(I put the plain txt file, testwiki.txt  in folder, "Instruction")


Strangely, the link, 
\\csdrsrv03\Distributions\Public\Instruction\testwiki.txt does work in 
Outlook email.

Any ideas?

Rene V.

On Sep 1, 2005, at 12:19 PM, Patrick R. Michaud wrote:

> On Thu, Sep 01, 2005 at 12:03:48PM -0700, Rene Visco wrote:
>> Thanks for the quick responses...just upgraded to PMWiki 2.0 with 
>> EASE!
>>  NO problem.  PM, a big pat on your back!
> I'm very glad to hear it!
>> Intranet servers are run by Microsoft IIS server.  For example, we 
>> (the
>> staff and teachers only, not students for now), can access to servers
>> set up in our LANs.  I have Mac myself.  In order to access the
>> folders, I have to use the command "Connect to Server" with this
>> address:  afp://csdrsrv03 then, give my login id and password to 
>> access
>> the folder, "Distributions".
>> For Windows users, it's more simple, for instance,
>> J:\Distributions\2005ESY\filename.doc
>> I hope I explain the scenario clear?  Can the wiki enable links to
>> intranet servers, not http://, ftp://, or gopher://?
> Yes, the wiki can do this with InterMap links, but since you're in
> a mixed Mac and Windows environment it'll be a little trickier.
> We'll want to configure PmWiki to detect the browser type and
> change the InterMap mapping to match.
> But first, let's figure out exactly what urls you need, especially
> from the Mac (as I don't have a lot of experience with Macs and afp:
> addresses).
> First, add an entry to local/localmap.txt like the following:
>     Distributions:      afp://csdrsrv03/
> and then create a PmWiki page that has the text
> "Distributions:2005ESY/filename.doc" (or some other filename that
> exists on the server) and see if you can access the file from the
> link that results.  If so, then we're well on our way; if not,
> let me know what you get back and we'll work from there.
> Pm

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