[pmwiki-users] Redundant logins

Kenneth Forsbäck kenneth.forsback at bob.fi
Mon Feb 7 14:09:59 CST 2011

Ok, I have no idea what's going on. Now all of a sudden it works just 
like it should. Seems to have been trouble on the hosting end after all.


On 2011-02-06 10:12 pm, Petko Yotov wrote:
> On Sunday 06 February 2011 19:16:51, Kenneth Forsbäck wrote :
>> "Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by
>> (output started at /usr/local/apache2/htdocs/nevereasy/index.php:1) in
>> /usr/local/apache2/htdocs/nevereasy/pmwiki.php on line 1126"
> The usual cause for this warning is that some of your PHP files have a space
> or a new line either before the first "<?php" marker, or after the closing
> "?>".
> The "<?php" marker should be the very first thing in your *.php files. Make
> sure your text editor saves the php file in the encoding "UTF-8 without Byte
> order mask (BOM)".
> The "?>" is not required when the file contains only PHP code not mixed with
> HTML and in this case it is recommended to remove it (this way are all pmwiki
> scripts).
> This warning may mean that PmWiki is unable to send a cookie, in which case
> you will be unable to stay logged in.
>> Next I made a fresh install on the remote server, with no other
>> modification than the config.php:
>> <?php
>> if(!defined("PmWiki")) {
>>       exit();
>> }
>> $DefaultPasswords["edit"] = crypt("secret");
>> include_once("scripts/xlpage-utf-8.php");
>> The same problem persists. Seems like the problem lies with the
>> provider, I just don't know what it could be.
> Is this version 2.2.23 or 2.2.19?? If 2.2.19 still works, we should search the
> error in PmWiki, otherwise it is probably a server problem.
> If the Warning problem above is fixed but it still doesn't work, and if you
> haven't tested the code that I suggested for a custom session directory, you
> can test it now.
> Petko
>>>>> Last problem that I think of is something could have caused the
>>>>> "session.save_path" directory to become write-protected. This is rare -
>>>>> could be a disk-full problem or a server/PHP misconfiguration. It
>>>>> should be possible to select your own directory for the session data
>>>>> near the beginning of config.php:
>>>>>      $SessionDir = "$WorkDir/.sessions";
>>>>>      mkdirp($SessionDir);
>>>>>      fixperms($SessionDir);
>>>>>      session_save_path($SessionDir);
>>>>>      unset($SessionDir);

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