[pmwiki-users] IP change

Jont Allen jontalle at illinois.edu
Sat Apr 4 17:18:46 CDT 2015

I didnt get this email directly, maybe because you didnt foward back.

In any case, here is my resp:
The URL is in the wiki.d/ files, as I said. I suspect that I have not 
set up the [[pagelink]] properly.
So, it is likely some conf issue.

Can you tell me some simple way to fix this, after the fact?

I can always manually edit the wiki.d files (with vi), but I really 
hesitate to do that. It could really mess everything up.

It needs a proper reference.

So, is there some simple way to fix this?  How do I set up the [[pagelink]].


PS, I'm getting a digest of postings, so please be sure to "resp to all"

(Forwarding this back to the mailing list as I forgot to reply-all.)

You can do a multifile find/replace with many text editors, but are you 
sure the URL is actually in the files? If you're using the standard 
[[pagelink]] syntax it should never be.

Do you have a link to the site that's having the problem?

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Jont Allen" <jontalle at illinois.edu <mailto:jontalle at illinois.edu>>
Date: Apr 3, 2015 8:06 PM
Subject: Re: [pmwiki-users] IP change
To: "Wolfgang Faust" <wolfgangmcq at gmail.com <mailto:wolfgangmcq at gmail.com>>

But, given that they are defined in the wiki.d files, how do I change them?
The two variables in$PubDirURL and $ScriptUrl are not presently defined. 
They are taking the default values.

On 04/03/2015 02:23 PM, Wolfgang Faust wrote:
> There should be nothing in the files themselves that stores the
> hostname. The most likely culprit is that you have set $ScriptUrl in
> your config.php. $ScriptUrl overrides PmWiki's idea of what your
> site's URL is; if you have it set you will need to change it. (Also
> make sure that $PubDirUrl is correct to prevent the same problem with
> your uploads.)
> On Fri, Apr 3, 2015 at 2:02 PM, Jont Allen <jontalle at illinois.edu
> <mailto:jontalle at illinois.edu>> wrote:
>     It was necessary that I change the URL (and IP address) of my
>     wiki. Now all the references seem to point at the old URL.
>     For example, each of the files in
>     /www/wiki/wiki.d/
>     such as
>     /www/wiki/wiki.d/Main.HomePage
>     Is there some simple automatic way to change the old URL out, and
>     replace it with the new URL?
>     Note: I have recently upgraded versions of PM Wiki to the latest
>     version.
>     Thanks in advance,
>     Jont Allen
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