It means that access is restricted. You may need to log on to see view articles, or you may require special user access.
Instructions can be found under add a picture to an article.
Set configuration value $conf['debug_info'] = 1 in file kb/admin/config.inc.php, then you can see real sql errors and all php errors. Make sure you properly edited(adjusted) file kb/admin/config.inc.php
All languages files are in kb/admin/lang/[lang]/ directory. Open your language folder and make all necessary changes.
Search functionality is provided by MySQL full-text searching. This is a natural language search that allows you to type in a question or regular sentence that describes the information you are looking for, and then uses programmed logic to determine the keywords in the sentence.
Optionally you can set KBPublisher to use Sphinx search engine. It is a full-text search engine that provides fast and relevant full-text search functionality.
The minimum and maximum lengths of words to be indexed are defined by the ft_min_word_len and ft_max_word_len system variables.
http://www.your_site.com/kb/ (where kb is an installation folder)
To translate to other language you should copy directory kb/admin/lang/en and rename 'en' to translated language.
You can find available localizations in download section.
Instructions can be found in this article.
For now so called "Search engine friendly URL" works only on Apache web server.
MySQL is not enabled by default, nor is the MySQL library bundled with PHP. In order to have these functions available, you must compile PHP with MySQL support.
Set conf['debug_info'] = 1 in your_kb_installation_directory/admin/config.inc.php. It will display an error if you do not have MySQL extension enabled.
No. Currently KBPublisher supports only MySQL.
Sure you can. The process is like for adding image to article. Use "Insert/Edit Flash" button from HTML editor toolbar.
The most likely cause is that your PHP installation does not have GD. Check if the GD library is installed with php and install it if it is not.
Make sure you set up Scheduled Tasks.
Try the following steps:
PHP Warning: Undefined ...
PHP Warning stops script execution.
In PHP.ini set error_log = syslog