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[emacs-wiki-discuss] Re: Help on emacs-wiki

From: Raymond Zeitler
Subject: [emacs-wiki-discuss] Re: Help on emacs-wiki
Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2004 12:24:58 -0400

Isn't this just another case of insufficient permissions?  I recall a
discussion on this list recently in which it was discovered that if the
file to be published isn't world-readable, it won't be published.  As
I'm on Windows myself, I'm not clear about all the details, but the list
archive will have more information on this issue.

Good luck!

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 Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2004 23:22:23 +0900
From: Sacha Chua <address@hidden>
Subject: [emacs-wiki-discuss] Re: Help on emacs-wiki
To: Xue Ruini <address@hidden>
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Xue Ruini <address@hidden> writes:

So sorry! I'll look into the Debian package when I get back from my
trip to Osaka. In the meantime, let me Cc this to the
emacs-wiki-discuss mailing list, just in case they have any ideas...

>     I have been using emacs-wiki for quite a long time under the
>     windowsXp box. When I moved to Debian several days ago, I found
>     that emacs-wiki works wiredly! After composing a draft, I try to
>     publish it, however, emacs wiki told that "No wiki page in
>     project myproject need publishing at this time"! I then try "M-x
>     emacs-wiki-publish-this-page", and it seems that nothing is
>     going on. I also used your publish-on-saving patch, actually, it
>     also failed.
>     I'm quite confused by what I have encountered with. Any
>     suggestions and advices will be appreciated! Thanks in advance!

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