On Apr 23, 2012, at 7:27 PM, Howard Leadmon wrote:

>  I really thought since Caucho seems to be using mediawiki, that it would
> be a piece of cake to get it working under resin.  That said, I have taken
> and downloaded the current mediawiki, and went about configuring it up as a
> virtual host on my Resin PRO server, got the directories made, archived
> expanded out, and even went to the caucho wiki and grabbed the template they
> provide to configure.
> 
> All went well, I went to the page, and up came the opening page just fine,
> but of course as it was new it asked me to click to configure which I did.
> It asked me for my language, which defaulted to English which was fine, and
> then I clicked Continue.  At that point it put up a nice red stop symbol,
> and gave the following error:
> 
> Your session data was lost! Check your php.ini and make sure
> session.save_path is set to an appropriate directory.
> 
> Is there any solution to this, and if so my google fu is failing me today,
> as I can't seem to find it. If anyone has any hints or suggestions on how to
> fix this, I would most appreciate it..

Hi Howard,

I believe Mediawiki works on Resin 4.0.27.  Some Quercus fixed were made to get 
our wiki up to version 1.18.2, and these have been included in the latest Resin 
release.

Thanks,
Paul


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