Server Error Moodle Mediawiki Integration
Server Error Moodle Mediawiki Integration
An empty page is displayed. How to submit a bug If you've found a bug, please submit it here. That gives rwxr--r--. 755 gives r-x, which I thought was what we were trying to avoid... See '".[FILE EXTENSION]" is not a recommended image file format.' below. --Brian F. 19:46, 10 August 2010 (UTC) Clarifications[edit source] False folder permission[edit source] After uploading images I'm not able to navigate here
Fred Smith and not the username e.g. Fatal error allowed memory size exhausted. For non-Windows operating systems, see Manual:Installation. ck. https://docs.moodle.org/24/en/MediaWiki
For example: if you are receiving a memory exhausted error when your server is executing the file moodle/admin/cron.php, use a PHP.INI file to change your memory_limit and copy it to the If you use lower case for the first letter of the site name, it will be capitalised on most of the wiki pages. RegardsLudo Average of ratings: - Permalink | Show parent | Reply Re: MOODLE / MediaWiki integrationWill TaylorFriday, 28 April 2006, 11:11 PMFor this purpose, I don't see any downsides. I have The table is certainly there.
No folder or file is created in /images, however. I just got "Upload warning" header above the "not a recommended image file format" message. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. you can share the mysql-wiki user amongst different wikis, but it might be good to give each wiki its own mysql-user.
Bryan Derksen 06:35, 15 June 2009 (UTC) File size and postgres[edit source] Hi, I'm using mediawiki1.7 with postgres. udrive/usr/bin/). MediaWiki can be configured to profile/trace, by adding lines to udrive\www\wi\LocalSettings.php. $wgProfiling = true; $wgDebugLogFile = '/tmp/mediawiki-profile.log'; There is a formal user guide There are MediaWiki mailing lists with archives irc.freenode.net Powered by MediaWiki .
Extension talk:Quiz - MediaWiki
The easiest solution would perhaps be to integrate a Moodle server with the Wikiversity Mediawiki server.
If you use WinZip, you must turn off the "TAR file smart CR/LF conversion" (look under Options|Configuration|Miscellaneous), to prevent corruption of the configuration file. https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension_talk:LDAP_Authentication I changed the two lines as below and it seems working now. WOS Portable does not need an extra drive letter and it is ready to run instantly after unzipping. As an example, see this forum discussion about session problems with Lycos hosting.
Use phpMyAdmin to set up and check your MySQL installation. check over here Installing MediaWiki Installing MediaWiki is almost as simple as installing Moodle. You may get an error the first time due to timing. Regarding where to put it, perhaps you could add it to the Modules and plugins database, update the page docs.moodle.org/en/AuthMoodle, and mention it on the page docs.moodle.org/en/Integrations.
bug 4808, bug 4862, bug 4864). GZ files are already covered in a line further down in the file, so it's safe to remove it. The 1.2.840 bit enables nested groups to work:
Please advise. This value (the group name)
- also needs to be added to the user_groups table in the database. Now when you install Moodle, the error will not appear.
Remember that you need to restart your web server to make changes to php.ini effective.
Other plugins can do SSO, but they can't do the group based filtering that this one can. Average of ratings: - Permalink | Show parent | Reply Re: MOODLE / MediaWiki integrationElisabetta ParodiThursday, 21 May 2009, 9:06 PMHi, trying with Moodle 1.9.4 and MediaWiki 1.14, I followed the It currently requires that both installations reside on a single server, but it supports transparent integration of the two sites.The mediawiki side is based on Martin D.'s AuthMoodle.php extension, but goes PHP's file_uploads 6.3 End User 6.4 File Types 6.5 Chmod 6.6 Making Uploads Lowercase 7 The file is corrupt or has an incorrect extension.
phpAdmin, multiple wikis ... Requirements These are the requirements and related work-arounds for this procedure. Contents 1 Procedure 1.1 Download 1.1.1 Alternate Approach 1.2 Install the servers 1.3 Edit two text files to configure the servers 1.4 Install the MediaWiki software 1.5 Configure the wiki 1.5.1 weblink It includes: web-server Apache 2 (v2.0.54) scripting engine PHP 5 (v5.0.4) with libraries (inc.
Maybe some problem with the permissions? What can I add to LocalSettings.php that makes it so? Images can be successfully uploaded, but they are not usable in wiki pages: attempting to click and view the just-uploaded image yields an Internal Server Error (500). The bit from LocalSettings.php is as follows... # setup for AuthMoodle... # require_once( 'extensions/moodle.php' ); # $wgAuth = new AuthMoodle(); # $wgAuth->setPrefix('mdl_'); # $wgAuth->setHost('localhost'); # $wgAuth->setDatabase('moodle'); # $wgAuth->setDbuser('moodleuser'); # $wgAuth->setDbpassword('moodlepassword'); ...obviously,
Thanks in advance, here's my upload page in case you need to test it. I may use MultiUpload as well - it would be nice if I had just a few files. Just saw that I do not want drag'n'drop mutple upload via interface.