[pmwiki-users] Standalone Problems
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Sun Oct 15 15:42:25 CDT 2006
XP does contain a version of Internet Information Server, but it's not
installed by default. It's possible that you may have installed another
application that requires IIS - possibly the file indexing system. I
don't have XP here so can't tell you exactly what you should be looking for.
Is Abyss running on port 80? If it is you probably don't have IIS running.
Something else you could try is to run the standalone version of PmWiki
on a non standard port e.g. 8080. The you could access your wiki via
http://localhost:8080 I'm afraid I don't know how to run the stand alone
server on port 8080, but I am sure PM could advise.
>> n in <b>D:\wiki\server\pmwikiserv.php</b> on line <b>84</b><br /> <br />
>> <b>Warning</b>: socket_accept<> unable to accept incoming connection
>> : Ein ungueltiges Argumet wurde eingegeben (translation: no valid
> This sounds as though there's a webserver of some sort already running
> on your local PC (on port 80), so the standalone server isn't able to
> Perhaps I should update the standalone code so that if it's
> unable to grab port 80, it picks a different port and changes the
> configuration to match...
>> So I tried an alternative by installing Abyss Webserver X1 with php 5.
>> Works fine but I do not have the knowledge on how to get to my wiki.
>> Opening php files with dreamweaver does not seem to be the way...
> I'm not familiar with abyss, but essentially you should just do
> a normal installation of PmWiki into the document root for the
> Abyss webserver, and things should work from there.
> Hope this helps,
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