[pmwiki-users] Windows Media Player question
bmsg32 at hotmail.com
Thu Apr 13 07:12:31 CDT 2006
I followed as you said and I don't get the error but I am still not quite
getting this to work. I have a couple of questions maybe I am thinking this
is going to do it wrong. First I was wondering is this supposed to be a
link? Or is this supposed to do what I was hoping is actually have the
video playing in the web browser? Secondly when I write in as it says on
the wiki page (:wmplayer attach:pmwiki/cookbook/test.wmv width=100
height=200:) I just get a link on the my wiki page that is to upload this
file. But the test.wmv is already in this folder. If anyone has any
suggestions it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
>From: Hans <design at softflow.co.uk>
>Reply-To: Hans <design at softflow.co.uk>
>To: "Mark O'Keefe" <bmsg32 at hotmail.com>
>CC: pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com
>Subject: Re: [pmwiki-users] Windows Media Player question
>Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2006 21:38:33 +0100
>Wednesday, April 12, 2006, 4:47:39 PM, Mark wrote:
> > I know this is a very beginner question but has anyone used the
> > because when I install it and try to put a file in the wiki page I get
> > error saying linkupload funtion is not defined. Does anyone know what
> > function does and why I am getting this error.
>LinkUpload is a function in scripts/upload.php, part of pmwiki.
>If it is reported as not defined I guess you have not enabled
>uploads? Enable uploads in config.php with
>$EnableUpload = 1;
>and while you are there increase the maximum allowed filesize, it
>should be pretty huge if you want to upload media files, perhaps
>at least 10Mb for audio files, and ten times more for video files.
>$UploadMaxSize = 10000000;
>and set a password for uploads:
>$DefaultPasswords['upload'] = crypt('myuploadpassowrdgoeshere');
>If you have uploads enabled and get the error saying that LinkUpload
>is not defined then I am mystified and you better ask Pm.
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