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Wiki External Link Error

posts: 7

I have install TikiWiki three times
and everytime I get get this error
when I attempt add an external
link from within the Wiki area:

Warning: strstr(): Empty delimiter. in /home/edsource/public_html/tiki/lib/tikilib.php on line 4084

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/edsource/public_html/tiki/lib/tikilib.php:4084) in /home/edsource/public_html/tiki/tiki-editpage.php on line 639


Please help!

/mark

posts: 26

I'd be interested in knowing the answer - I've posted the same question in the Architecture/Install forum, see my post.

Which version are you running?

posts: 7


> Which version are you running?

I did an autoinstall (1.8) with Fantastico
via my hosing service (Cpanel) but strangely
people supporting Tikiwiki have never heard
of Fantastico. I find this amazing because I'm
sure hundreds of people are installing the Tikiwiki
this way everyday... but I'm being told to do
a FTP install... so we'll see how that goes.

/mark

p.s. I think I will post a new message about Fantastico support


posts: 2881 United Kingdom

Was this a FTP install?

Damian

posts: 2881 United Kingdom

> wasAkA:
> > Damian:
> > Was this a FTP install?
> >
>
> No, each time I have done the autoinstalled
> using Fantastico De Luxe (via Cpanel) and I
> think is version (1.8)
>
> http://www.cpanelthemes.com/fantastico_scripts.php

I have no knowledge of this, so I have no idea how its setup your tikiwiki. Id speak to their tech support, or attempt your own installation as per either our shell access or FTP installation.


posts: 2881 United Kingdom

> wasAkA:
> > Damian:
> > Was this a FTP install?
> >
>
> No, each time I have done the autoinstalled
> using Fantastico De Luxe (via Cpanel) and I
> think is version (1.8)
>
> http://www.cpanelthemes.com/fantastico_scripts.php

I have no knowledge of this, so I have no idea how its setup your tikiwiki. Id speak to their tech support, or attempt your own installation as per either our shell access or FTP installation.


posts: 7


> Which version are you running?

I did an autoinstall (1.8) with Fantastico
via my hosing service (Cpanel) but strangely
people supporting Tikiwiki have never heard
of Fantastico. I find this amazing because I'm
sure hundreds of people are installing the Tikiwiki
this way everyday... but I'm being told to do
a FTP install... so we'll see how that goes.

/mark

p.s. I think I will post a new message about Fantastico support



posts: 26
The link problem I was experiencing was caused by not specifying the server name in Admin - General.

posts: 1
Mark, I am getting the exact same error and I need help in solving it.