If you want a singe-sign-on solution for wordpress and mediawiki, try reading this post, should work.
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Had a blog hosted on an ISPConfig3, Nginx, MySQL, PHP platform on Debian mini and by ERROR 40 deleted my blog… bad mistake… Honest mistake and I’m a real man, so no offsite backup was to be found, no joke.
The guide followed when the VPS was set-up can be seen here.
The error was plausible to happen a some point, but frustrating to have my blog site gone, after the time invested. Everything for the learning experience, I guess. Sigh.
Next. Install ISPConfig3 with Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, dovecut and PHP and see how that goes.
To change a line can in posts across many in WordPress, can manually be a “pain-in-the-ass”-task. But can actually be done quite easily with a single line of MySQL-code, executed from the db-admin-interface (phpmyadmin etc.)
UPDATE wp_posts SET post_content=REPLACE(post_content, 'text-to-be-replaced', 'text-to-insert')
To be more understandable, you use it like this
UPDATE Table-Name SET Field-Name=REPLACE(Field-Name, 'Text-To-Be-Replaced', 'Text-To-Insert');
With this one line, mysql searches the table ‘wp_posts’ and replace all occurrences of the text-snippet it can find, and you are done!
The Other method is to use the wordpress-plugin Search and Replace, which runs from the wordpress admin-section (see Tools-menu!), and you can select which tables, in the database wordpress is installed in, to be searched!
In the mysql-command, the table is stated second after ‘UPDATE’!