Total newbie. Loaded MoinMoin tonight on an W2K server running IIS =
Package "MoinMoin" Release 1.1 Revision 1.162
Python version 2.2a2+ (#22, Sep 5 2001, 14:10:41) [MSC 32 bit =
My problem it seems is the HTML that is generated by MoinMoin is =
using a / "forward" slash between the URL filename and the URL =
variables. If I manually replace the / with a ? the MoinMoin seems =
to work fine.
First problem I had was the default page index.html that was copied =
from the wiki\htdocs to the root of my wiki. It had an ending / =
"backslash" on the following line
<meta http-equiv=3D"refresh" content=3D"0;URL=3Dmoin.cgi/">
That would cause my IIS server to generate errors. I removed the / =
and the default wiki page opened! May be the Microsoft URL lockdown =
tool causing this one. But it was a simple fix so I am not worried. =
However there are more / problems with my install.
Most of the links on the default page are like this
notice the forward slash after he moin.cgi. IIS does not like it. =
IIS wants it to be
If I manualy replace the / with a ? the MoinMoin seems to work fine. =
If I leave it as / I get a file not found since IIS would be looking =
for the file "RecentChanges"
This has to be an easy fix. But I could not find any info on the =
Wiki's or help pages. Google was even worse trying to search for / =
Thanks for any info.