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Ook

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ewiki seems dead. Confused dokuwiki looks promising. 8)

I keep getting:
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Warning: require_once(/usr/www/users/script/Eucentric/dokuwiki/conf/dokuwiki.php) [function.require-once]: failed to open stream: Permission denied in /usr/www/users/script/Eucentric/dokuwiki/inc/init.php on line 39

Fatal error: require_once() [function.require]: Failed opening required '/usr/www/users/script/Eucentric/dokuwiki/conf/dokuwiki.php' (include_path='.:/usr/local/lib/php') in /usr/www/users/script/Eucentric/dokuwiki/inc/init.php on line 39
Rolling Eyes

(It is a none standard system with directory Eucentric and parallel directory Eucentricsys under my server's public_html directory.)

Error log says "install docuwiki success!" :shakehands:

I waited to see if it is my own stupidity but nothing occurs to me.

Successfully installed captcha since. I am running 29 other plugins including ewiki, the timezone hack along with some others and some lib-custom stuff.

My "require_once" line in local_protected.php is correct, the fully qualified path to Eucentric/lib-common.php .

All my directories are in place, Eucentricsys/plugins/dokuwiki, Eucentric/dokuwiki and Eucentric/admin/plugins/docuwiki, named in lower case, permissions rwxr-xr-x. php file permissions are -rw-r--r--.

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mevans

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It looks like all the directory permissions are OK, but you might want to check the actual permission on the files too. I've seen where the owner might be something different than what the web servers runs as and the permissions are too restrictive to allow the web server to open the file.

Specifically, look at usr/www/users/script/Eucentric/dokuwiki/conf/dokuwiki.php and make sure it is properly owned and has enough permissions to allow the web server to open / read.

That is about all I can think of right now, it sure appears you have everything setup properly.

Thanks!
Mark
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ronack

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Just a quick Kudos!

I use Dokuwiki and love it. It's a fantastic plugin.

Ron
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