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William Leader wrote:
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I have seen the same behavior when a page has an inline image (like
this: [<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://someurl.to/a/picture.jpg">http://someurl.to/a/picture.jpg</a>] ) in the wiki text on my wiki. I
don't know if my problem is related, but when I find a page that does
what you describe, I am still able to go to the edit page, and remove
the inline image by adding edit to the url.
<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://dan.martins.wiki/index.php/HomePage?action=edit">http://dan.martins.wiki/index.php/HomePage?action=edit</a>
Dan Martin wrote:
<pre wrap="">I have seen this question raised in forums but have yet seen no good
answer. I upgraded to Fedora 5, which upgraded me to Apache 2.2.2 and
libphp 5.1.4. Now I get a totally blank page when trying to load
index.php. configurator.php and passencrypt.php load and show just fine.
Viewing the source of the page shows nothing, not even a set of <html>
tags. It behaves the same whether being viewed from IE or Firefox.
I upgraded to phpwiki 1.3.12p3 but no change.
I backrevved PHP to php-5.0.5 and at least got an error to show up -<br>
<b>Fatal error</b>: Call to a member function get() on a non-object in <b>/share/goodnews/lib/WikiUser.php</b>
on line <b>140<br>
The only other thing I can think to do is downgrade apache to 2.0.xx,
but that would involve installing a whole slew of supporting libraries,
and I just don't want to mess with it. It is too bad, and I wish
someone from the PhpWiki project would take some interest in this
problem, but I just don't want to fool with it anymore.<br>