Subject: Does ewiki need to be cleaned up?

Posted on: 21/09/05 12:55am
By: Anonymous

I tried to install e-wiki from the admin plugin panel and received a blank page. Apparently this resulted because the install.php was empty. However, there is an install.1.php file. I assume this is the correct file and should replace install.php. I found various instances where this occurs for example there is an empty index.php along with an index.1.php.



Does ewiki need to be cleaned up?

Posted on: 21/09/05 03:10am
By: Anonymous

Ok. I went ahead and renamed the files. I ran the install and got the submit page. I submitted and got the following error:

Fatal error : Call to undefined function: plugin_uninstall_ewiki() in /home/peakcli/public_html/gl/admin/plugins/ewiki/install.php on line 300



I'm going to bed.

Does ewiki need to be cleaned up?

Posted on: 24/09/05 02:18am
By: Anonymous

I couldn't get any resolution on this so I tried to manually uninstall since I couldn't do it from the plugin admin. I deleted the ewiki table and all the ewiki files. Now I get the following error when I try to bring up my website.

Warning : main(/home/peakcli/public_html/gl/plugins/ewiki/functions.inc): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/peakcli/public_html/gl/lib-common.php on line 6116

Fatal error : main(): Failed opening required '/home/peakcli/public_html/gl/plugins/ewiki/functions.inc' (include_path='/home/peakcli/public_html/gl/system/pear/:.:/usr/lib/php:/usr/local/lib/php') in /home/peakcli/public_html/gl/lib-common.php on line 6116

Does ewiki need to be cleaned up?

Posted on: 24/09/05 04:06am
By: Dirk

Geeklog still thinks the plugin is there. Go to the gl_plugins table and either remove the entry for ewiki or set pi_enabled to 0.

bye, Dirk

Does ewiki need to be cleaned up?

Posted on: 24/09/05 05:21pm
By: Anonymous

Success! I removed ewiki from the plugins table. Thank you.

Does ewiki need to be cleaned up?

Posted on: 01/10/05 02:56am
By: Anonymous

I started all over and tried to install ewiki again. The install failed. Here's the error log. Does it make sense to anyone?

Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - Attempting to install the ewiki Plugin 
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - Attempting to create ewiki table 
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - ...success 
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - Attempting to create ewiki admin group 
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - ...success 
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - About to save admin_id to vars table for use during uninstall 
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - 1062: Duplicate entry 'ewiki.admin' for key 1. SQL in question:  
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - Attempting to unregister the ewiki plugin from Geeklog 
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - Removing Table ewiki 
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - Removing ewiki Admin Group 
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - Removing root users from admin of ewiki 
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - Removing ewiki Editor Group 
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - Removing root users from users of ewiki 
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - Removing ewiki Viewer Group 
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - Removing root users from users of ewiki 
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - Removing ewiki.admin feature and rights to it 
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - Removing ewiki.edit feature and rights to it 
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - Removing ewiki.view feature and rights to it 
Wed Sep 28 20:02:55 2005 - ...success 


Does ewiki need to be cleaned up?

Posted on: 01/10/05 03:58am
By: Dirk

[QUOTE BY= gjonbelay] 1062: Duplicate entry 'ewiki.admin' for key 1. SQL in question[/QUOTE]
You still had some pieces from the previous install in your database. Sounds like a feature (i.e. an entry in the gl_features table).

Btw, have you tried contacting Euan?

bye, Dirk

Does ewiki need to be cleaned up?

Posted on: 01/10/05 03:40pm
By: Anonymous

I am not sure what to do at this point.

Euan has not responded two my previous two e-mails, the first regarding the manual uninstall and now this issue.

I really would like to get a ewiki working but at this point I may install phpwiki or tikiwiki through my webhost and call it a day.

Does ewiki need to be cleaned up?

Posted on: 02/10/05 12:12am
By: Anonymous

Ok, I didn't give up so easily. After rereading the error log it seemed to me like the uninstall might have fixed the problem. So, I ran the install again and it worked!

Now, what do I do about this?

Security warning: The horrible 'register_globals' setting is enabled. Without always using fragments/strike_register_globals.php or letting your provider fix that, you could get into trouble some day.

Does ewiki need to be cleaned up?

Posted on: 02/10/05 04:10am
By: Dirk

[QUOTE BY= gjonbelay] Security warning: The horrible 'register_globals' setting is enabled. Without always using fragments/strike_register_globals.php or letting your provider fix that, you could get into trouble some day.[/QUOTE]
Is that a warning only or does it prevent you from using ewiki?

I thought we've been through with the discussion of register_globals?

And the message as such is misleading, to say the least, as a certain Stefan Esser would agree ...

bye, Dirk

Does ewiki need to be cleaned up?

Posted on: 02/10/05 03:59pm
By: Anonymous

No it doesn't prevent me from using ewiki.

However, the following prevents me from using the plugin admin for ewiki.

Not Found
The requested URL /gl/admin/plugins/ewiki/tools/index.html was not found on this server.

The tools subdirectory is under the public_html folder not the admin folder I installed. I guess I can just move the folder. The question remains how many other folders are in the wrong place.

Ewiki 1.2 Admin plugin

Posted on: 20/01/06 06:15am
By: barrywong

I installed ewiki on Geeklog 1.4.0 and got it partially working. Unfortunately the admin part isn't kicking in. I found this posting (below) and I beilieve this is the link to success. I tried moving tools to /path_to_GL/www/admin/ewiki/tools but it doesn't work.

[QUOTE BY= gjonbelay] No it doesn't prevent me from using ewiki.

However, the following prevents me from using the plugin admin for ewiki.

Not Found
The requested URL /gl/admin/plugins/ewiki/tools/index.html was not found on this server.

The tools subdirectory is under the public_html folder not the admin folder I installed. I guess I can just move the folder. The question remains how many other folders are in the wrong place. [/QUOTE]

It has been 4 months since this was posted. I wonder if Geeklog-tizens out there has successfully installed it and can point out to us which files and where the /ewiki/tools and all other necessary files (for admin's only) should be moved?

Can a kind soul who has successfully installed ewiki please share your thoughts.

Thank you so much.

Does ewiki need to be cleaned up?

Posted on: 20/01/06 06:47am
By: Euan

OK, OK, I'll agree with the title of this thread.

I'm busy as hell and don't have much time, already having my fingers in too many pies, but I'll see what I can do. Ewiki itself is sometimes a problem - there are some odd file names that always caused me problems on installs. However, looking at your comments, it seems that there are some issues with the installer/uninstaller.

I cannot confirm whether the plugin works with 1.4.0 - haven't tried it. I'll post here as soon as I have redone the package, but I can't say for sure if it will be this weekend or not.

Cheers, Euan.

Does ewiki need to be cleaned up?

Posted on: 22/01/06 05:07am
By: barrywong

Hi Euan,

Didn't mean to push you but thank you for offering . Greatly appreciated.

Does ewiki need to be cleaned up?

Posted on: 01/02/06 12:30am
By: Anonymous

Euan,

I worked on trying to get the tools working tonight. It seems to me that the files are not all in the right place. Here is some progress I made, but I never got it working. I'm providing notes to help you troubleshoot.

First, I have to move the ewike directory from the orginal extration folder and put that one into the plugins directory. Second, I had to move the tools and fragments directory into the admin/plugins/wiki directory. Once that was done I got a security message. I was able to find the auth.php and edit the password, but this did not get me far. That is were I gave up.

Thanks for all your efforts.

John

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