On Fri, 23 Jan 2009, Kake L Pugh wrote:
The first problem seems to be sorted now - at least,
when I go to
I see a little Google map with a red pin, and clicking on the pin gives me a
popup window with "Chalice Hill House, BA6 8BZ" in it.
I may have unwittingly corrected this when I did a 'dpkg-reconfigure
openguides' this afternoon. Anyway, as you say -- it now works.
HOWEVER -- when I click on the 'Powered by Google' logo, the satellite map
I get does NOT display the red pin. Is this the default behaviour?
(Because if so, it's not much use to those trying to pin down an exact
Is there anything I can do to transfer the pin data over to the Google
As for the second problem... have you edited the
templates at all?
But thanks for pointing out the output of your version of Firefox's error
console though; that wasn't the problem, but it put me onto where the
problem lay. (Dodgy literal strings and invisible rubbish in one of the
Plus the fact that 'Bed and Breakfast' doesn't work as a category -- it
has to be 'Bed And Breakfast', in true wiki-style...
(My problem is I was educated in the 1940s and 50s -- and am therefore
instinctively literate. Writing in CamelCaps doesn't come easy!)
It's worth noting that Milton Keynes and Boston
are (as far as I know)
both running on hacked versions of old versions of OpenGuides, rather
than current code, so they may well behave differently to your install.
My next problem is -- why can't I get the directory re-write to function?
I put the directive as given in the documentation into my apache2.conf
file (moodified to fit local conditions); Apache2 then finds the
re-direction to the correct location, and goes there; but then Perl flatly
refuses to run wiki.cgi, and posts a little box saying how do I want to
read the file?
Any clues on why this may be so, anyone?
I'd really rather re-direct than have a visible cgi-bin location in the
Again, thanks in advance for any help.
Martin Wheeler - G5FM +44 1458 83-1103 - Glastonbury - BA6 9PH - England
mwheeler(a)startext.co.uk http://martinwheeler.net/ http://avalonit.net/
GPG pub key : 01269BEB 6CAD BFFB DB11 653E B1B7 C62B AC93 0ED8 0126 9BEB
- Share your knowledge. It's a way of achieving immortality. -