I'm running x64 Ubuntu 12.04. I did a simple apt-get install dokuwiki to install DokuWiki. And I'm trying to follow the directions located here: http://www.dokuwiki.org/auth:radius to get Radius authentication working. Things seemed to install OK. Under Configuration Manager I selected Authentication backend to be "Radius" and filled in the Radius details at the bottom.
I have a Dokuwiki installation locally, which I regularly sync to my server with rsync. I'm also going to give a friend of mine an ssh account, and host his public Dokuwiki installation. However, I'm having a problem with access permissions - even though the mirror is read-only, Dokuwiki still needs write-permissions to the data directory for cache etc.
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Context: i've set up a vm server for GIS testing and dokuwiki on the domain root. I'd like to serve the gis web apps on a subdomain so that dokuwiki url renaming will never conflict (and it just feels cleaner). I thought i had it solved with avahi-aliases, but then discovered...
Problem: I can't reach the subdomain from any windows pcs on the LAN. Linux VMs connect just fine.