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[[WikkaDocumentation Wikka Documentation]]
=====Installing Wikka=====
===Short instructions===
>>
~-If you are **upgrading** from an earlier version of Wikka or from WakkaWiki, see [[UpgradeNotes Upgrading Wikka to the latest release]].
~-If you encounter **problems** during the installation, take a look at WikkaTroubleshooting.
==See also:==
~-[[WikkaOnMacOSX Installing Wikka on Mac OS X]]
~-[[WikiOnAStick Installing Wikka on a USB stick]]
~-[[LighttpdConfig Configuring Lighttpd for Wikka]]
>>Installing Wikka takes just a few steps:
~1)Unpack the distribution files
~1)Upload them into a directory that can be accessed via the web.
~1)Create a MySQL database for wikka
~1)Go to the corresponding URL. A web-based installer will walk you through the rest.
==Example==
If your website, say, ""http://www.mysite.com"", is mapped to the directory ##/home/johnny/www/##,
and you have uploaded the Wikka distribution files into ##/home/johnny/www/wikka/##, you should go to
""http://www.mysite.com/wikka/"".
===Longer version===
1) **Download** the wikka-file from the HomePage. It is recommended to use the latest version marked as stable, unless you are interested in doing beta-testing (which is a good thing to be done, too).
1) The file is a *.tar.gz file, which means that it is a packed file which you need to **unpack**. Windows users can use a program like Winzip, 7zip or Winrar for this. Make sure you let it re-create (sub) directories.
1) Upload the **contents** of the Wikka directory into your webfolder (something like //www// or //public_html//, for example //www-data// in debian, apache on redhat linux); or a subdirectory of that if you prefer [see *note].
1) Create the **database** for wikka. If you can, use phpmyadmin for it, but you could also CreateNewDB from the prompt. If your host won't let you create a new database, don't worry - you can use an existing one and tell the installer to use a prefix for all the table names so there won't be any name clashes. ---You also need to have (or create) a **user** for the database with sufficient permissions for Wikka to use to access the database; this user needs all the usual permissions for reading, writing, modifying and deleting records, as well as creating tables (which is what the installer is going to do); being allowed to drop tables (not databases) may also be needed later.
1) Point your browser to your web **directory** where Wikka is located - this will start the installer.
1) Follow the **instructions** of the installer.
***note**: If you are installing in a subdirectory **and** using mod_rewrite, see ModrewriteInSubdirectoryWorkaround.
***note**: Rewrite problem does not appear only when installing Wikka in subdirectory, it can be also encountered even if you install Wikka at the root directory of your webserver. See Installation problems below for a workaround.
===Database connection failure===
If you are receiving a "MySQL connection FAILED" message after the initial configuration page, and you are sure the MySQL user and password are correct and that the appropriate DB privileges have been set up for that user, try changing "localhost" to "127.0.0.1" in the MySQL Host field.
===Installation problems===
While installing Wikka, and if you don't get what you expected when pointing to {{color c="darkgray" text="http://yoursite/subdirectoryifexists/"}} (or {{color c="darkgray" text="http://yoursite/"}} if your wikka is installed at root), we'll name this URL ::indexpage::, try these little steps:
1) edit the file .htaccess and change {{color c="red" text="RewriteEngine On"}} to {{color c="green" text="RewriteEngine Off"}}
1) go to the corresponding URL (::indexpage::). This should lead you to something like {{color c="blue" text="/wikka.php?wakka=HomePage"}}. If that happens, and you get the first-step installation page, then
a) smile, you can run Wikka. But don't continue the installation process yet.
a) Re-edit the file .htaccess and restore the ""RewriteEngine"" directive to {{color c="green" text="RewriteEngine On"}}
a) put a ""RewriteBase"" directive after it : {{color c="green" text="RewriteBase /"}} if you install wikka at root or {{color c="green" text="RewriteBase /subdirectory/"}}
a) Go to ::indexpage::, if you are not redirected to another page, and if you get the first-step install page, then everything is okay. Continue the installation.
a) If you get an error, then consider you shoud really disable ""RewriteEngine"" and continue to use Wikka without it.
==Config file==
During first installs, the installer will try to create a file called ##wikka.config.php## in your Wikka directory. In order to do this, you will need to either make the Wikka directory writable by the web server, or create a new (empty) file called ##wikka.config.php## which is writable by the web server. On Unix systems this can be done via the following commands:
##touch wikka.config.php; chmod 666 wikka.config.php;## (don't forget to remove write access again later, i.e. ##chmod 644 wikka.config.php##).
If the installer still fails to create the file, it will dump the file's contents which you can then save and upload manually.
__IMPORTANT__: for installing or upgrading Wikka, do NOT access any of the files contained in the setup/ subdirectory. They're used by the web-based installer/updater and should not be called directly from a browser.
==HTTPS==
If you want to use HTTPS, you have to adjust the base dir, i.e. the path to your wikka which you enter during the installation must start with //https// instead of //http//. You can change this at any time in [[ConfigurationOptions the config]].
CategoryDocumentation


Revision [17814]

Edited on 2007-12-12 11:00:48 by JavaWoman [prevent Apache directives looking as page links]
Additions:
a) If you get an error, then consider you shoud really disable ""RewriteEngine"" and continue to use Wikka without it.
Deletions:
a) If you get an error, then consider you shoud really disable RewriteEngine and continue to use Wikka without it.


Revision [15883]

Edited on 2007-01-14 01:52:34 by BrianKoontz [Added DB cxn failure section]
Additions:
===Database connection failure===
If you are receiving a "MySQL connection FAILED" message after the initial configuration page, and you are sure the MySQL user and password are correct and that the appropriate DB privileges have been set up for that user, try changing "localhost" to "127.0.0.1" in the MySQL Host field.


Revision [15069]

Edited on 2006-08-04 06:02:22 by DarTar [adding link]
Additions:
>>
~-If you are **upgrading** from an earlier version of Wikka or from WakkaWiki, see [[UpgradeNotes Upgrading Wikka to the latest release]].
~-[[LighttpdConfig Configuring Lighttpd for Wikka]]
Deletions:
>>~-If you are **upgrading** from an earlier version of Wikka or from WakkaWiki, see [[UpgradeNotes Upgrading Wikka to the latest release]].
~~-[[LighttpdConfig Configuring Lighttpd for Wikka]]


Revision [15068]

Edited on 2006-08-04 06:02:08 by DarTar [adding link]
Additions:
[[WikkaDocumentation Wikka Documentation]]
>>~-If you are **upgrading** from an earlier version of Wikka or from WakkaWiki, see [[UpgradeNotes Upgrading Wikka to the latest release]].
==See also:==
~~-[[LighttpdConfig Configuring Lighttpd for Wikka]]
~1)Create a MySQL database for wikka
Deletions:
____[[WikkaDocumentation Wikka Documentation]]
>>**See also:**
~-If you are **upgrading** from an earlier version of Wikka or from WakkaWiki, see [[UpgradeNotes Upgrading Wikka to the latest release]].
~1)Create the database for wikka


Revision [13940]

Edited on 2006-04-26 04:21:41 by DotMG [Adding RewriteBase solves many install problems]
Additions:
***note**: If you are installing in a subdirectory **and** using mod_rewrite, see ModrewriteInSubdirectoryWorkaround.
***note**: Rewrite problem does not appear only when installing Wikka in subdirectory, it can be also encountered even if you install Wikka at the root directory of your webserver. See Installation problems below for a workaround.
===Installation problems===
While installing Wikka, and if you don't get what you expected when pointing to {{color c="darkgray" text="http://yoursite/subdirectoryifexists/"}} (or {{color c="darkgray" text="http://yoursite/"}} if your wikka is installed at root), we'll name this URL ::indexpage::, try these little steps:
1) edit the file .htaccess and change {{color c="red" text="RewriteEngine On"}} to {{color c="green" text="RewriteEngine Off"}}
1) go to the corresponding URL (::indexpage::). This should lead you to something like {{color c="blue" text="/wikka.php?wakka=HomePage"}}. If that happens, and you get the first-step installation page, then
a) smile, you can run Wikka. But don't continue the installation process yet.
a) Re-edit the file .htaccess and restore the ""RewriteEngine"" directive to {{color c="green" text="RewriteEngine On"}}
a) put a ""RewriteBase"" directive after it : {{color c="green" text="RewriteBase /"}} if you install wikka at root or {{color c="green" text="RewriteBase /subdirectory/"}}
a) Go to ::indexpage::, if you are not redirected to another page, and if you get the first-step install page, then everything is okay. Continue the installation.
a) If you get an error, then consider you shoud really disable RewriteEngine and continue to use Wikka without it.
Deletions:
***note**: If you are installing in a subdirectory **and** using mod_rewrite, see ModrewriteInSubdirectoryWorkaround.


Revision [12474]

Edited on 2005-12-29 00:54:43 by NguyenHuy [Adding RewriteBase solves many install problems]
Additions:
____[[WikkaDocumentation Wikka Documentation]]
Deletions:
[[WikkaDocumentation Wikka Documentation]]


Revision [11694]

Edited on 2005-11-07 16:03:04 by NickDamoulakis [Adding RewriteBase solves many install problems]
Deletions:
~-If you are installing under Win XP and IIS6, you may wish to look at the page NickDamoulakis, containing the notes I took while installing Wikka.


Revision [11693]

Edited on 2005-11-07 15:03:12 by NickDamoulakis [Adding RewriteBase solves many install problems]
Additions:
~-If you are installing under Win XP and IIS6, you may wish to look at the page NickDamoulakis, containing the notes I took while installing Wikka.


Revision [11488]

Edited on 2005-10-20 07:56:08 by DarTar [adding link]
Additions:
~-[[WikiOnAStick Installing Wikka on a USB stick]]


Revision [10959]

Edited on 2005-09-08 22:36:43 by NilsLindenberg [note about HTTPS]
Additions:
==HTTPS==
If you want to use HTTPS, you have to adjust the base dir, i.e. the path to your wikka which you enter during the installation must start with //https// instead of //http//. You can change this at any time in [[ConfigurationOptions the config]].


Revision [10940]

Edited on 2005-09-07 02:20:58 by DocXoc [note about HTTPS]
Additions:
1) Create the **database** for wikka. If you can, use phpmyadmin for it, but you could also CreateNewDB from the prompt. If your host won't let you create a new database, don't worry - you can use an existing one and tell the installer to use a prefix for all the table names so there won't be any name clashes. ---You also need to have (or create) a **user** for the database with sufficient permissions for Wikka to use to access the database; this user needs all the usual permissions for reading, writing, modifying and deleting records, as well as creating tables (which is what the installer is going to do); being allowed to drop tables (not databases) may also be needed later.
Deletions:
1) Create the **database** for wikka. If you can, use phpmyadmin for it, but you could also do it from the prompt. If your host won't let you create a new database, don't worry - you can use an existing one and tell the installer to use a prefix for all the table names so there won't be any name clashes. ---You also need to have (or create) a **user** for the database with sufficient permissions for Wikka to use to access the database; this user needs all the usual permissions for reading, writing, modifying and deleting records, as well as creating tables (which is what the installer is going to do); being allowed to drop tables (not databases) may also be needed later.


Revision [10041]

Edited on 2005-07-17 10:22:01 by DarTar [adding link]
Additions:
>>**See also:**
~-[[WikkaOnMacOSX Installing Wikka on Mac OS X]]
~-If you are **upgrading** from an earlier version of Wikka or from WakkaWiki, see [[UpgradeNotes Upgrading Wikka to the latest release]].
~-If you encounter **problems** during the installation, take a look at WikkaTroubleshooting.
Deletions:
>>If you are **upgrading** from an earlier version of Wikka or from WakkaWiki, see [[UpgradeNotes Upgrading Wikka to the latest release]].
If you encounter **problems** during the installation, take a look at WikkaTroubleshooting.


Revision [6415]

Edited on 2005-03-01 19:02:50 by JavaWoman [layout, refinement]
Additions:
1) **Download** the wikka-file from the HomePage. It is recommended to use the latest version marked as stable, unless you are interested in doing beta-testing (which is a good thing to be done, too).
1) The file is a *.tar.gz file, which means that it is a packed file which you need to **unpack**. Windows users can use a program like Winzip, 7zip or Winrar for this. Make sure you let it re-create (sub) directories.
1) Upload the **contents** of the Wikka directory into your webfolder (something like //www// or //public_html//, for example //www-data// in debian, apache on redhat linux); or a subdirectory of that if you prefer [see *note].
1) Create the **database** for wikka. If you can, use phpmyadmin for it, but you could also do it from the prompt. If your host won't let you create a new database, don't worry - you can use an existing one and tell the installer to use a prefix for all the table names so there won't be any name clashes. ---You also need to have (or create) a **user** for the database with sufficient permissions for Wikka to use to access the database; this user needs all the usual permissions for reading, writing, modifying and deleting records, as well as creating tables (which is what the installer is going to do); being allowed to drop tables (not databases) may also be needed later.
1) Point your browser to your web **directory** where Wikka is located - this will start the installer.
1) Follow the **instructions** of the installer.
Deletions:
1) Download the wikka-file from the HomePage. It is recommended to use the latest version marked as stable, unless you are interested in doing beta-testing (which is a good thing to be done, too).
1) The file is a *.tar.gz file, which means that it is a packed file which you need to unpack. Windows users can use a programm like Winzip, 7zip or Winrar for this. Make sure you let it re-create (sub) directories.
1) Upload the contents of the Wikka directory into your webfolder (something like //www// or //public_html//, for example //www-data// in debian, apache on redhat linux); or a subdirectory of that if you prefer [see *note].
1) Create the database for wikka. If you can, use phpmyadmin for it, but you could also do it from the prompt. If your host won't let you create a new database, don't worry - you can use an existing one and tell the installer to use a prefix for all the table names so there won't be any name clashes. You also need to have (or create) a user for the database with sufficient permissions for Wikka to use to access the database; this user needs all the usual permissions for reading, writing and modifying, as well as creating tables (which is what the installer is going to do).
1) Point your browser to your web directory where Wikka is located - this will start the installer.
1) Follow the instructions of the installer.


Revision [6185]

Edited on 2005-02-20 10:04:26 by JavaWoman [clarifying longer version (particularly the database item)]
Additions:
[[WikkaDocumentation Wikka Documentation]]
----
=====Installing Wikka=====

===Short instructions===
>>If you are **upgrading** from an earlier version of Wikka or from WakkaWiki, see [[UpgradeNotes Upgrading Wikka to the latest release]].
If you encounter **problems** during the installation, take a look at WikkaTroubleshooting.
>>Installing Wikka takes just a few steps:

~1)Unpack the distribution files
~1)Upload them into a directory that can be accessed via the web.
~1)Create the database for wikka
~1)Go to the corresponding URL. A web-based installer will walk you through the rest.

==Example==
If your website, say, ""http://www.mysite.com"", is mapped to the directory ##/home/johnny/www/##,
and you have uploaded the Wikka distribution files into ##/home/johnny/www/wikka/##, you should go to
""http://www.mysite.com/wikka/"".

===Longer version===

1) Download the wikka-file from the HomePage. It is recommended to use the latest version marked as stable, unless you are interested in doing beta-testing (which is a good thing to be done, too).
1) The file is a *.tar.gz file, which means that it is a packed file which you need to unpack. Windows users can use a programm like Winzip, 7zip or Winrar for this. Make sure you let it re-create (sub) directories.
1) Upload the contents of the Wikka directory into your webfolder (something like //www// or //public_html//, for example //www-data// in debian, apache on redhat linux); or a subdirectory of that if you prefer [see *note].
1) Create the database for wikka. If you can, use phpmyadmin for it, but you could also do it from the prompt. If your host won't let you create a new database, don't worry - you can use an existing one and tell the installer to use a prefix for all the table names so there won't be any name clashes. You also need to have (or create) a user for the database with sufficient permissions for Wikka to use to access the database; this user needs all the usual permissions for reading, writing and modifying, as well as creating tables (which is what the installer is going to do).
1) Point your browser to your web directory where Wikka is located - this will start the installer.
1) Follow the instructions of the installer.

***note**: If you are installing in a subdirectory **and** using mod_rewrite, see ModrewriteInSubdirectoryWorkaround.

==Config file==
During first installs, the installer will try to create a file called ##wikka.config.php## in your Wikka directory. In order to do this, you will need to either make the Wikka directory writable by the web server, or create a new (empty) file called ##wikka.config.php## which is writable by the web server. On Unix systems this can be done via the following commands:
##touch wikka.config.php; chmod 666 wikka.config.php;## (don't forget to remove write access again later, i.e. ##chmod 644 wikka.config.php##).
If the installer still fails to create the file, it will dump the file's contents which you can then save and upload manually.

__IMPORTANT__: for installing or upgrading Wikka, do NOT access any of the files contained in the setup/ subdirectory. They're used by the web-based installer/updater and should not be called directly from a browser.


----
Deletions:
[[WikkaDocumentation Wikka Documentation]]
----
=====Installing Wikka=====

===Short instructions===
>>If you are **upgrading** from an earlier version of Wikka or from WakkaWiki, see [[UpgradeNotes Upgrading Wikka to the latest release]].
If you encounter **problems** during the installation, take a look at WikkaTroubleshooting.
>>Installing Wikka takes just a few steps:

~1)Unpack the distribution files
~1)Upload them into a directory that can be accessed via the web.
~1)Create the database for wikka
~1)Go to the corresponding URL. A web-based installer will walk you through the rest.

==Example==
If your website, say, ""http://www.mysite.com"", is mapped to the directory ##/home/johnny/www/##,
and you have uploaded the Wikka distribution files into ##/home/johnny/www/wikka/##, you should go to
""http://www.mysite.com/wikka/"".

===Longer version===

1) Download the wikka-file from the HomePage. It is recommended to use the latest version marked as stable, unless you are interested in doing beta-testing (which is a good thing to be done, too)
1) The file is a *.tar.gz file, which means that it is a packed file which you need to unpack.
- Windows users can use a programm like Winzip, 7zip or Winrar for this
1) Upload all of the directory into your webfolder (something like //www// or //public_html//, for example //www-data// in debian, apache on redhat linux).
1) Create the database for wikka. If you can, use phpmyadmin for it, but you could also do it from the prompt
1) Point your browser to your web directory
1) Follow the instructions of the installer

==Config file==
During first installs, the installer will try to create a file called ##wikka.config.php## in your Wikka directory. In order to do this, you will need to either make the Wikka directory writable by the web server, or create a new (empty) file called ##wikka.config.php## which is writable by the web server. On Unix systems this can be done via the following commands:
##touch wikka.config.php; chmod 666 wikka.config.php;## (don't forget to remove write access again later, i.e. ##chmod 644 wikka.config.php##).
If the installer still fails to create the file, it will dump the file's contents which you can then save and upload manually.

__IMPORTANT__: for installing or upgrading Wikka, do NOT access any of the files contained in the setup/ subdirectory. They're used by the web-based installer/updater and should not be called directly from a browser.


----


Revision [5657]

Edited on 2005-02-05 18:36:19 by NilsLindenberg [deletion of unnecessary sentence]
Additions:
~1)Go to the corresponding URL. A web-based installer will walk you through the rest.
Deletions:
~1)Go to the corresponding URL. A web-based installer will walk you through the rest.---//Note: if you're running PHP 5 on the server, **first** see the section **Troubleshooting** below!//


Revision [5656]

Edited on 2005-02-05 18:26:09 by NilsLindenberg [troubleshooting moved]
Additions:
>>If you are **upgrading** from an earlier version of Wikka or from WakkaWiki, see [[UpgradeNotes Upgrading Wikka to the latest release]].
If you encounter **problems** during the installation, take a look at WikkaTroubleshooting.
>>Installing Wikka takes just a few steps:
Deletions:
>>If you are **upgrading** from an earlier version of Wikka or from WakkaWiki, see [[UpgradeNotes Upgrading Wikka to the latest release]].>>Installing Wikka takes just a few steps:
==Troubleshooting==
When trying to install Wikka 1.1.5.3 (or earlier) on a system **with PHP 5**, you //will// get the following error while trying to install wikka:
##//Warning: array_merge() [function.array-merge]: Argument #2 is not an array in ["your Path"]\wikka.php on line 910"//##
Version 1.1.6.0 will have a solution to this. Until that is released, if you're using PHP 5 on the server, use the solution pointed out by pcp07712702pcs.nrockv01.md.comcast.net in the comments:
~-find this line in **##./wikka.php##** (near the end): %%(php)if (file_exists("wakka.config.php")) rename("wakka.config.php", "wikka.config.php");%%
~-add the folowing just before that line: %%(php)$wakkaConfig = array();%%
Do this **before** doing the web-based installation (step 3 in the instructions above)


Revision [4930]

Edited on 2005-01-21 19:10:09 by AndrewGruner [fixed a typo and some punctuation]
Additions:
1) The file is a *.tar.gz file, which means that it is a packed file which you need to unpack.
1) Upload all of the directory into your webfolder (something like //www// or //public_html//, for example //www-data// in debian, apache on redhat linux).
1) Create the database for wikka. If you can, use phpmyadmin for it, but you could also do it from the prompt
1) Point your browser to your web directory
1) Follow the instructions of the installer
Deletions:
1) the file is a *.tar.gz file, which means that it is a packed file which you need to unpack.
1) upload all of the directory into your webfolder (something like //www// or //public_html//, for example //www-data// in debian, apache on redhat linux).
1) create the database for wikka. If you can, use phpmyadmin for it, but you could also do it from the prompt
1) Point your browser to your web dircetory
1) follow the instructions of the installer


Revision [4910]

Edited on 2005-01-21 14:16:55 by NilsLindenberg [description added]
Additions:
===Short instructions===
~1)Upload them into a directory that can be accessed via the web.
~1)Create the database for wikka
===Longer version===
1) Download the wikka-file from the HomePage. It is recommended to use the latest version marked as stable, unless you are interested in doing beta-testing (which is a good thing to be done, too)
1) the file is a *.tar.gz file, which means that it is a packed file which you need to unpack.
- Windows users can use a programm like Winzip, 7zip or Winrar for this
1) upload all of the directory into your webfolder (something like //www// or //public_html//, for example //www-data// in debian, apache on redhat linux).
1) create the database for wikka. If you can, use phpmyadmin for it, but you could also do it from the prompt
1) Point your browser to your web dircetory
1) follow the instructions of the installer
Deletions:
~1)Upload them into a directory that can be accessed via the web.


Revision [3676]

Edited on 2004-12-25 22:33:40 by JavaWoman [minor]
Additions:
>>If you are **upgrading** from an earlier version of Wikka or from WakkaWiki, see [[UpgradeNotes Upgrading Wikka to the latest release]].>>Installing Wikka takes just a few steps:
Deletions:
>>If you are **upgrading** from an earlier version of Wikka or Wakka, see [[UpgradeNotes Upgrading Wikka to the latest release]].>>Installing Wikka takes just a few steps:


Revision [3675]

Edited on 2004-12-25 22:32:53 by JavaWoman [adding reference to UpgradeNotes]
Additions:
>>If you are **upgrading** from an earlier version of Wikka or Wakka, see [[UpgradeNotes Upgrading Wikka to the latest release]].>>Installing Wikka takes just a few steps:
Deletions:
Installing Wikka takes just a few steps:


Revision [3653]

Edited on 2004-12-25 11:35:04 by JavaWoman [added clearer instruction how to avoid warning in PHP 5]
Additions:
~1)Go to the corresponding URL. A web-based installer will walk you through the rest.---//Note: if you're running PHP 5 on the server, **first** see the section **Troubleshooting** below!//
==Troubleshooting==
When trying to install Wikka 1.1.5.3 (or earlier) on a system **with PHP 5**, you //will// get the following error while trying to install wikka:
##//Warning: array_merge() [function.array-merge]: Argument #2 is not an array in ["your Path"]\wikka.php on line 910"//##
Version 1.1.6.0 will have a solution to this. Until that is released, if you're using PHP 5 on the server, use the solution pointed out by pcp07712702pcs.nrockv01.md.comcast.net in the comments:
~-find this line in **##./wikka.php##** (near the end): %%(php)if (file_exists("wakka.config.php")) rename("wakka.config.php", "wikka.config.php");%%
~-add the folowing just before that line: %%(php)$wakkaConfig = array();%%
Do this **before** doing the web-based installation (step 3 in the instructions above)
Deletions:
~1)Go to the corresponding URL. A web-based installer will walk you through the rest.
==Problems==
If you get the following error while trying to install wikka,
//Warning: array_merge() [function.array-merge]: Argument #2 is not an array in ["your Path"]\wikka.php on line 910"//,

try the solution pointed out in the comments.


Revision [2196]

Edited on 2004-11-15 12:18:50 by NilsLindenberg [minor change]
Additions:
[[WikkaDocumentation Wikka Documentation]]
==Example==
Deletions:
[[HelpInfo Wikka Documentation]]
''If you use php 5, the installer probably won't work!'' Try the solution pointed out in the comments below.
==Example:==


Revision [2188]

Edited on 2004-11-15 10:24:01 by NilsLindenberg [install problems]
Additions:
==Problems==
If you get the following error while trying to install wikka,
//Warning: array_merge() [function.array-merge]: Argument #2 is not an array in ["your Path"]\wikka.php on line 910"//,

try the solution pointed out in the comments.
==Config file==


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Edited on 2004-11-12 12:03:12 by NilsLindenberg [php5 warning]
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''If you use php 5, the installer probably won't work!'' Try the solution pointed out in the comments below.
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Edited on 2004-10-04 00:03:18 by DarTar [Fixing typo]
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During first installs, the installer will try to create a file called ##wikka.config.php## in your Wikka directory. In order to do this, you will need to either make the Wikka directory writable by the web server, or create a new (empty) file called ##wikka.config.php## which is writable by the web server. On Unix systems this can be done via the following commands:
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During first installs, the installer will try to create a file called ##wikka.config.php##in your Wikka directory. In order to do this, you will need to either make the Wakka directory writable by the web server, or create a new (empty) file called ##wikka.config.php## which is writable by the web server. On Unix systems this can be done via the following commands:


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Edited on 2004-10-03 21:31:55 by DarTar [Creating page]

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Edited on 2004-10-03 21:31:28 by DarTar [Creating page]
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Installing Wikka takes just a few steps:
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Installing Wikka takes just a few minutes:


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Edited on 2004-10-03 21:31:08 by DarTar [Creating page]
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and you have uploaded the Wikka distribution files into ##/home/johnny/www/wikka/##, you should go to
""http://www.mysite.com/wikka/"".
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and you have uploaded the Wikka distribution files into ##/home/johnny/www/wakka/##, you should go to
""http://www.mysite.com/wakka/"".


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The oldest known version of this page was created on 2004-10-03 21:05:20 by DarTar [Creating page]
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