[pmwiki-users] pmwiki.php is downloaded
celok at gmx.net
Sat Feb 3 17:45:31 CST 2007
as i just did the same thing this week (change provider) i had the
exact same problem. I did simply copy it over, and tried it. It
helped me a lot to have the error logs available from the new
provider, so i was able to track it down to some cookbook inclusion
problems where the main file included another file with a relative
path (i.e. include_once('part2.php') instead of include_once
('cookbook/recipe/part2.php'). This error prevent any output, and so
the file was blank just as yours is.
I would start deactivating all recipes in the config.php and see if
that works. If you have no error log available switch them on one by
one, and see if that helps you to narrow it down, or if pmwiki does
not run without any recipes either. Then i would be of no help, i am
Best Regards (in die Schweiz?)
Am 03.02.2007 um 22:41 schrieb Patrick R. Michaud:
> On Sat, Feb 03, 2007 at 10:33:33PM +0100, Borkenkaefer wrote:
>> I regulary use PmWiki and recently I changed my hosting provider.
>> PmWiki doesn't work anymore. Always when i go to
>> http://www.example.ch/pmwiki.php my browser wants to download the
>> pmwiki.php file and it doesn't show me the right site. It looks like
>> php isn't activated, but it is...
>> Any hints or helping hands anywhere?
>> I'm using the actual stable version of PmWiki. The affected site is
>> reachable under http://www.axalphuesli.ch/wiki/pmwiki.php and
>> there is
>> a http://www.axalphuesli.ch/phpinfo.php aswell for further
>> configuration information.
> Odd. I'm getting similar results as you with the urls,
> although the phpinfo.php script appears to be at
> http://www.axalphuesli.ch/wiki/phpinfo.php .
> You're right that it appears that the webserver isn't treating
> the pmwiki.php script as an executable PHP script but seems to
> want to return it directly. That's definitely strange. Perhaps
> double-check the file permissions on the script?
> ALso, what happens if you create an 'index.php' script that
> contains the line below?
> <?php include_once('pmwiki.php');
> At any rate, it definitely looks like a server configuration issue
> of some sort.
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