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Any suggestions on what could be a problem? If that does not work, you could always just add the extension markup to label the buttons as you like. Michiel. 20:56, 5 February 2006 (UTC) editintro Could this box be modified, so that the 'editintro' does work on existing articles? You see, this is the script I'm using; so you know why this is useful for me. navigate here

The input name is "searchx" for this button, but "fulltext" for the search button in the sidebar - which still works. But create new page and search work fine. I followed the steps mentioned in this site and I wonder if I'm doing something wrong. Can someone give me a hand? http://wikimedia.7.x6.nabble.com/Installation-Fatal-Error-undefined-function-in-wfProfileIn-td576178.html

Some hosting services disable error display because of security fears (since error messages can include pathnames and other information potentially useful to hackers). Bawolff (talk) 13:40, 25 July 2012 (UTC) If you do not want to run a script like update.php, I think running another maintenance script the same way also is not really et ca devrasi marche faite > refresh dasn votre browser internet. > I just retried the installation all over. cd to the top level directory (where LocalSettings.php lives) Give the command: patch -p0

  1. Like, what is that mysql_error() function supposed to do? VERSION INFO - MediaWiki 1.19.1, PHP 5.3.8 (apache2handler), MySQL 5.5.16 ERROR MESSAGE - MediaWiki 1.19.1 Updater Fatal error: Call to
  2. I have tried some of the tips posted here still with no success.
  3. Ha ocurrido un error de sintaxis en una consulta a la base de datos.
  4. If not you could use an ordinary template message instead of a system message for your inputbox - the help page only uses MediaWiki examples because they are guaranteed to exist
  5. If the user navigates back to the upgrade file, then he is told that the upgrade succeeded.
  6. I think the other align code was lost in the move.

I go on the site and I create the database, and the user, and the password. Thanks, MediaHound 15:09, 30 October 2006 (UTC) default target I think it would be useful to be able to specify a default page that it goes to if the user clicks For things like the SHA-1 hashes of revisions, there are maintinance scripts independant of update.php that can be run. There is still some duplication: the Subject/headline probably has to contain the image name too, but this is not automated.

If you didn't have it, you could just not update at all. That is exactly what svn.wikimedia.org is for. It looks like it runs successfully on Wikimedia? Get More Info jake 8 September 2011 at 10:10 pm i have a get_header() error on my 404 page, any ideas on how to fix it?

Any help would be greatly appreciated. -- FND 08:57, 14 July 2008 (UTC) Invalid Parameters Some parameters became invalid. Arghman 22:35, 23 February 2006 (UTC) The InputBox is wrapped in a

element, forcing it to be block level. Any tips welcome. If you're uploading files directly over the old installation, that may slow down the process, because you need to (auto)confirm the overwrite of old files for each one.

Installation 1.1 I HOPE INPUTBOX can preload any word 1.2 It would be good if ... 1.3 bugzilla references 1.4 undefined function: wfmsghtml() 1.5 Preload Function does not work. 1.6 Integration https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual_talk:Upgrading_to_1.10 Can this extension do this? --Quatermass 11:59, 30 July 2007 (UTC) I'm looking for something similar to this as well, except being able to put in multiple page names in an The URL for such searches appears to be in the form: ".../index.php/Special:Search?ns110=1&search=SEARCHTERM&searchx=Search" Tdoyle 14:16, 17 January 2006 (UTC) I second this! Instead, with $CWD as the wiki root (where LocalSettings.php is) I ran: php maintenance/update.php and then it worked successfully.

But I've never seen a category for system messages, better test first if that's possible at all. http://bashprofile.net/fatal-error/fatal-error-call-to-undefined-function-symlink.html Is this due to custom namespaces? for a daunting example. -- 02:32, 24 January 2014 (UTC) I have just relativized wording on single-step-update. Is there any reason why that would happen, is it a mediawiki bug or an inputbox bug?

Pre-box label Can we get a label before the input box? æle ✆ 01:09, 17 February 2006 (UTC) Take a look at the code - you should easily be able to Regards MOh Hi M0h, I've solved it, by setting $wgDBserver to ""; in LocalSettings.php Regards exe INDEX command denied to user i am trying to upgrade a number of wikis [1.11.0 The easiest way to get your site working again is to use an FTP client to connect to your site and delete the theme's folder in /wp-content/themes/ or the plugin's folder his comment is here It'd be a great idea.

Version number please It would be helpful if the developers of this extension assigned a version number to this extension. In the last line there is a blinking cursor and there you can type commands, which are then executed. Perhaps a PHP thing?

Is there any temporary fix to get around it (I already set up an if template if that could be useful) for now until noinclude works in that manner?

PS: Part of path is removed due to privacy. 22:30, 8 July 2011 (UTC) EDIT Fixed the problem myself. Here's what to do: Make a backup of the wiki, just in case you screw something up. Where the HTML to be rendered for the CreateBox is given, just add this in the input box stuff. Note that on my Wiki, I use many PS I have just added according hints to the page.:-) -- 13:47, 25 November 2012 (UTC) "you need to migrate your wiki to a hosting account that does have shell access"

includes/db/DatabaseMysql.php on line 305 --Magic Sands I'm also receiving the same error trying to run update.php after installing the TitleKey extension. This handy script will be useful for anyone who needs to create lots of these inputboxes preloaded with their topic titles so they can add a bunch of pages all at MANY thanks for who ever can answer. weblink YYYY-MM-DD The launch of the new inputbox.

Looks like lots of people are having this same issue, trying to perform a non-object operation on that variable. You won't be able to use preload without MediaWiki 1.5, as this part of the code resides in MediaWiki itself and does not exist in 1.4. Never had to since it's been smooth sailing from the beginning. I am getting the following error: A database query syntax error has occurred.

I changed require_once(/extensions/inputbox.php'); to require_once($IP.'/extensions/inputbox/inputbox.php');. Then, near the bottom of the file, add this line near the others for the form creation: Then, in article.php (in the includes folder), add in Saariko (talk) 13:14, 25 July 2012 (UTC) When you are doing an update, the files in the folder includes/ have to be replaced with the new files as well. Consider adding a line like echo( "Hook run!\n" ); to the parser hook function, to prove that's being executed.

burhan 22 July 2014 at 6:34 am very thanks problem resolved get_header() Zinat 25 February 2016 at 5:11 am I have the problem of the same it says Fatal error: Call Did the inputbox extension change since Feb. 2007? 14:53, 22 February 2008 (UTC) MediaWiki: 1.6.9: inputbox "breaking" script I am having problems with the inputbox extension. Please sign your posts! Thunder26 (talk) 05:17, 1 September 2007 (UTC) If you add $wgGoToEdit = true; to your LocalSettings.php, typing a nonexistent article name in the search box and clicking "Go" will create

I have a windows installation, with IIS, which otherwise works fine. Btw: A few versions ago, there was no web updater at all. As for sidebar, do you mean editing Mediawiki:Sidebar?