[pmwiki-users] Moving a pmwiki installation to a new host
leandro at hasar.com
Fri Sep 27 06:32:43 CDT 2013
Sorry, PHP is 5.3.10 on Ubuntu, 5.0.4 on Fedora.
On 09/27/2013 08:18 AM, Leandro Fanzone wrote:
> Hello, I have an installation of pmwiki on a Fedora Core 4 server, and
> I decided to migrate it to Ubuntu 12.04. As I did not want to install
> pmwiki again, I just copied /var/www to the new machine and installed
> Apache + PHP. As a result, some pages that had titles with Spanish
> letters (á, ñ, etc.) cannot be accessed anymore. I see that the files
> do exist (albeit they have the special letters changed somehow) but
> when I try to open those pages pmwiki cannot find them. For example: a
> page called "Documentación" exists in the filesystem as
> "Documentaci?n", but pmwiki tries to access it as "DocumentaciN". It
> seems an encoding problem, apparently the contents are stored in
> Latin1 (ISO-8859-1), and in the filenames sometimes the special
> letters were changed with ? and sometimes they keep the Latin1 letter,
> but for some reason pmwiki does not generate the same filename as
> before to access them. I am completely lost, I don't know if this is a
> configuration problem of PHP, of Apache, of the LANG variable... so,
> in short:
> The pmwiki version is the same on both installations (one installed
> manually; the other, just copied the /var/www directory): 2.1.19.
> PHP is 2.3.0 on Ubuntu, and 2.0.4 on Fedora.
> Apache is 2.2.22 on Ubuntu, and 2.0.54 on Fedora.
> LANG is es_ES.utf8 on Ubuntu, en_US.utf8 on Fedora.
> Any ideas of where could I possibly find the source of this
> disagreement? It does not seem a problem of pmwiki settings because
> all the files (including the configuration files) were copied verbatim
> from one server to the other. I suspect something changed in some
> defaults behaviour about handling the encoding of filenames, probably
> in PHP, but I am completely ignorant in that field. I think I can just
> change every filename to match pmwiki, but on one hand that implies a
> lot of work, and on the other, the titles that has special characters
> are changed as well, which looks horrible.
> Thank you in advance!
> pmwiki-users mailing list
> pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the pmwiki-users