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Here are some quick instructions on how to download and install Pm Wiki. Improvements to these instructions would be greatly appreciated. If you encounter problems during installation process take a look at Trouble Shooting .
Windows/IIS users may wish to take a look at ? for more help with installation.1. Download the latest version of PmWiki from http://www.pmwiki.org/pub/pmwiki/. 2. Extract the tar image using "
COPYING The GNU General Public License README A small intro file local/ A directory for local configuration scripts pmwiki.php Main PmWiki script pub/ Directory of publicly accessible files css/ Directory for generic .css files skins/ Directory of layout templates sample-config.php A sample configuration file scripts/ Some scripts that extend the possibilities of PmWiki wikilib.d/ Directory containing some default PmWiki filesThese files need to be placed where they can be accessed by a web server (e.g. in a public_html directory of some sort). 3. Temporarily change the permissions on the directory containing
If you have installed PHP as a CGI and running it through suexec, you must ensure that the directory has 755 (drwxr-xr-x) permissions. Otherwise, suexec will refuse to run the script. (On Apache this problem manifests itself as an Internal Server Error 500 and "Premature end of script headers" in the error log.) Also, you may have to add execute permissions to the scripts:
Note for Windows IIS installations: You may have to provide IUSR_ write permission on the wiki directory. Note that IUSR_ is not part of 'Everyone'.
If your FTP client does not allow you to set permissions to 2777, perhaps have a look at SmartFTP (http://www.smartftp.com) which allows you to do so.
If you use PmWiki with SSL you have to adjust the variable4. If you're running Apache version 2.0.30 or later, you may need to set the AcceptPathInfo directive to "on" for the
AcceptPathInfo onto either the
Install for Dummies, like meMmmm, this is the install I found worked for me, and I'm a complete duffer when it comes to serious stuff. :-) 1) Download latest version of PmWiki.
2) Extract to it's own pmwiki folder on your PC using Winzip - i.e. c:\pmwiki
3) Start up SmartFTP and create a folder called pmwiki where you want it on your host (assuming that you don't want the Wiki in the main root).
4) Change permissions of the folder to 2777 by selecting the folder and pressing F7.
5) FTP upload the contents of the local pmwiki folder to your host server pmwiki folder.
6) Close ?.
7) Navigate to www.yourdomain.com/pmwiki/pmwiki.php and voilá, one Wiki installed.
8) Fire up ? again and reset permissions to normal 755 or whatever.
9) Customise, edit, and play around to your heart's content to get it looking as you want using your favourite css layout file and an edited or new pmwiki.tmpl file.
10) I also created a very simple config.php file containing the commands for getting email notifications every time the Wiki is edited and placed it in the host pmwiki/local folder. That's it. Maybe I was super lucky, but the whole process above took somewhere around 5 minutes from start (well OK, excluding setting up css, config file and template stuff). I wonder if I've missed something important and this will get deleted? :-) Oh and by the way if you want to see the result go to the 1 million tracks page and see if it's all right. I'm a complete novice at this and would welcome feedback, guidance and corrections. Oh and please feel free to use the little 'powered by' PM Wiki icon I created.
I guess you were lucky. I tried this on a win2k machine with no luck. OK, I saw the page... but not as I would like it to see. All code no edit things etc. Oh well, keep on keeping on... Boudewijn Lutgerink
I have three times successfully followed what amounts to your Dummies installation, but using a Linux desktop. I used Visual SlickEdit as my FTP client. I don't have shell access on my host. I so don't know how to upload a directory tree using command line FTP that I don't even know where to look to find the answer. Tom Holaday
? 10.3.5 - Installation was painless. Downloaded the latest pmwiki code, extracted it, renamed the directory to 'pmwiki', and moved into the webserver's document tree. Ran 'chmod 2777 .' in that directory, hit pmwiki.php from the browser, then ran 'chmod 755 .' in the same directory. No issues. Props to the pmwiki team on a clean, simple install! -b3
Installed both using Xitami/WinXP/PHP4.x and Apache/FreeBSD/PHP 4. Worked like a charm every time :-)
>A little tip for people developing their PmWiki site on Windows and then uploading on Unix. (Applies to Xitami installations but may as well apply to others) You WILL run into problems (most likely a 500 Error) if you upload your already developed wiki from your local machine to your host. The problem usually lies to the
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