5 thoughts on “Integration of phpNuke and MediaWiki (Authentication)

  • March 8, 2008 at 6:10 pm

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  • March 8, 2008 at 6:11 pm


    it does not say where to add the code in LocalSettings.php ; when I add it, anywhere, it breaks the Wiki.

    Are there any setting iin the Wiki which need to be changed too?


  • March 12, 2008 at 4:36 pm

    Having spent an age trying to get this to work, and even asking a friend, we give up; this mod is BS.

    The problem is with Auth_phpnuke.php on line 31:
    Undefined variable: phpnukecookie
    This variable does not occur anywhere within phpNuke !

    Thanks for wasting several house of our time…………

    you twat.

  • May 18, 2008 at 10:48 am

    Sorry m8 i cant seem to make it work
    do you have any suggestions ??

    c ya

  • February 7, 2009 at 10:37 pm

    I was not aware there were comments on this blog item.

    @jon: I don’t like to be called names, and I am annoyed by your rude and unappropriate language.
    In the readme.txt there is my email address, which could have been used first before calling me names.

    I am not using phpNuke anymore.
    Obviously, this has been only tested with quite an old version of MediaWiki, and so I don’t know if it still works with current MediaWiki.

    The comment in Auth_phpnuke.php says:
    $phpnukecookie comes as a http parameter

    It only worked with register_globals = on in the php.ini, which is of course highly discouraged nowadays.

    You should use
    $phpnukecookie = $_GET[‘phpnukecookie’] ;

    phpnukecookie is passed in the file phpNuke/modules/MediaWiki/index.php

    Please keep in mind that I just wanted to give people ideas how to do things, and they have to find out themselves how it works for them.

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