[pmwiki-users] GoDaddy Issues with pmWiki and password protected pages.

Tamara Temple tamouse.lists at gmail.com
Fri Aug 16 11:40:34 CDT 2013

On Aug 16, 2013, at 9:51 AM, Timothy Yoo <timyoo87 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Ah ok, I'll sign up for pastebin.

You don't even need to sign up. Just use it.

> This is from my application root:
> # Sample Root '.htaccess' file
> # Controls access to TWiki 'root' directory (parent of the 'bin' directory)
> # - rename this file to '.htaccess' to have Apache use it.
> # Turn off directory indexing in this and sub directories
> Options -Indexes
> # Redirect any access to 'index.html' to the 'view' script (i.e. Main.WebHome)
> # Disabled by default - uncomment if required, will hide the real index.html.
> #
> # The first path here must be a URL path, not a file pathname
> # Redirect /wiki/index.html http://friendlyfiregame.com/wiki/bin/view
> It looks like it references TWiki, which I had installed and uninstalled before. What should it look like?

Yah, it does. Delete the file. I don't think this is cause of your problems, but it should not be there. Is there another .htaccess in the directory (or directories) above this one?

I just tested the lastest pmwiki (2.2.54) on one of my Godaddy web hosting plans. Straight out of the box, not modifications at all. The main page should be editable. The response after clicking on the 'save' button is the error you reported: ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE. When I refresh the page and click on the `View` link in page actions, the page is shown, and the editing is in place. I've not used pmwiki on godaddy's shared web hosts before, but I know others have.

I'm going to dig a little deeper here and see what I can find out.

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