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topic: Multiple Independent Wikis with One Binary - SOLVED!!  in the forum: General Help and Support Installation and Configuration
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kcrocker #1
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Hi pop,
I am making progress. I checked the bug list for the Farmer plugin and someone mentioned that the animals cannot contain capital letters. Le voila! When I deleted all my animals and created one with lower case only, it appears to work! So, for now, life is good. Thanks for hanging with me.
-Ken
This post was edited on 2019-12-04, 08:29 by kcrocker.
topic: Multiple Independent Wikis with One Binary - SOLVED!!  in the forum: General Help and Support Installation and Configuration
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In reply to post ID 67866
I created the animals via the farmer plugin. And, yes, there is a URL of the animals on the Admin:Farming:Info page. But if I click on one of the animals, I get the start page for the Farmer.

Did you get the Farmer plugin to work?
topic: Multiple Independent Wikis with One Binary - SOLVED!!  in the forum: General Help and Support Installation and Configuration
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I have that exact rewrite rule in my .htaccess. I had assumed that Farmer would make necessary changes, and it appears it has. The wiki has no issue accepting the URL for an animal, in my case, https://www.<domain>.com/ssl2/wiki/!Customer/ . It is rewritten to "https://www.www.<domain>.com/ssl2/wiki/!Customer/doku.php", but opens up the start page of the farmer. The "update profile" and "Admin" buttons also point back to the farmer, so I don't know how to administrate the animal (eg. to add users). There really needs to be some diagnostic information output when the code can't fulfill a request. You have been so kind, but do you have any other suggestions?
topic: Multiple Independent Wikis with One Binary - SOLVED!!  in the forum: General Help and Support Installation and Configuration
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Hi pop,
Thank you so much for answering my plea! When I read your reply I had very high hopes -- this is just what I need! After installing the farmer plugin and creating an animal, I find that I can't get any unique pages formed in the animal. All I see are pages in the farmer. I'm using the .htaccess method and pretty much accepting all the defaults. I would think that if I used the URL for the animal, I'd be greeted with a welcome page. Instead, I get the start page of the farmer. When I look at the animal directory, the files look as expected, at least to this novice. I have some experience with the farmer/animal paradigm because I extended PHPWiki to have this behavior. Do you have any idea what is going on?
topic: Multiple Independent Wikis with One Binary - SOLVED!!  in the forum: General Help and Support Installation and Configuration
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Subject: Multiple Independent Wikis with One Binary - SOLVED!!
I would like to maintain one binary copy of DokuWiki, but have multiple, independent instances of index.php, doku.php, feek.php, and ./data/ Has anyone tried this? Or, for anyone familiar with the code, is this something that is doable? Thanks in advance for your consideration and reply!!
This post was edited on 2019-12-04, 08:26 by kcrocker.
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