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 Note: On [[install:Debian]] there is no dokuwiki.conf, but there is a symlink ''/etc/lighttpd/conf-enabled/50-dokuwiki.conf -> ../conf-available/50-dokuwiki.conf'' which itself is a symlink: ''/etc/lighttpd/conf-available/50-dokuwiki.conf -> /etc/dokuwiki/lighttpd.conf'' Note: On [[install:Debian]] there is no dokuwiki.conf, but there is a symlink ''/etc/lighttpd/conf-enabled/50-dokuwiki.conf -> ../conf-available/50-dokuwiki.conf'' which itself is a symlink: ''/etc/lighttpd/conf-available/50-dokuwiki.conf -> /etc/dokuwiki/lighttpd.conf''
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-  * **Question:**\\ Which "userewrite" setting do I need to set in DokuWiki? None of them seem to work with this config.\\ I added the rules in this sample config to the end of my lighttpd.conf file and wrote the full path without var.dokudir, such as: "^/wiki/doku.php.*". Lighttpd accepts the rewrite rules, but they don't seem to be doing anything. For example, the article "history", which would be in "/wiki/history" if the rewrites worked properly, gives out only a "404 - Not Found" error.\\ What's missing? My DokuWiki server is running on Raspbian Wheezy, and my DokuWiki folder is located in /wiki on my server. 
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