On 10/11/07, Ralph Angenendt <ra+centos at br-online.de> wrote: > Alain Reguera Delgado wrote: > > Your install script doesn't work on > > > the wiki as it is set up a bit differently. > > > > What we could do to rectify it ? > > It's okay the way it is, if I just have to copy two files I'd like to > know which these are. I could change it to reflect the differences, but > I'm not yet bothered enough to do so :) :-) > > >> As already said: None of the wiki stuff for Users which haven't logged > >> in (except the "log in" link of course) :) > > > > don't understand ... could you be more explicit please ? > > Someone who isn't looged in doesn't get to see all the wiki cruft > (edit page, more actions ...). I understand now. Maybe a condition around header navibar(d), in the modern-CentOS.py file could do so. Actually I don't know how to implement that condition (to say when a user is logged in then ...). I'll google a little about that ... if someone knows how to do this ... post it please, I would be pleased to do it. Thanks, al.