Here we go…
UPDATE REPORT from piwik installation #1:
- had several errors (the salt thing, cant enable the new security plugin and some other error messages)
i had to chmod
/config from 755 to 777
config.ini.php from 644 to 777
till any update is done.
After no more error occured i changed back
/config from 777 to 755
config.ini.php from 777 to 644
Now everything seems to work! style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wink.gif
But if i would be a piwik/server/chmod noob i would give up and never ever again update or install piwik because i would have been afraid of all those error message flood!
But is it normal that i have to give the whole world access to my config folder and config.ini.php to update piwik and to enable some new features ??? i do not think so ^^
UPDATE REPORT from piwik installation #2:
Not a single problem - no error messages and i do not even had to change any chmod. Worked perfectly. (other server then on installation #1)
Besides the update report #1:
I have noticed following new message info:
It is recommended, but not required, to specify the various URLs that your visitors use to access this website. Alias URLs for a website will not appear in the Referers > Websites report. Note that it is not necessary to specify the URLs with and without ‘www’ as Piwik automatically considers both.
Could you explain that for me again please?
The only think i undertand is that i do not have to enter
for a single website. ok. but what elese does this message means? what is recommended?
Besides the update report #2:
I like the new multi sites overview a lot!
Missed this one since i use piwik … great! style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile.gif
Besides the update report #3:
How should /config and config.ini.php generally be chmoded ?
Besides the update report #4:
Would the piwik script sometime in the future inform us if we need to update the piwik count/track code on our sites because there have been made changes to it?
Hope you will answer all my questions and my feedback will help you style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wink.gif