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- How easy is to install Pmwiki on Mageia Linux?
- It is VERY easy.
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Running Pmwiki on Mageia Linux
Standalone Installation (Offline Use Only)
Tested and Confirmed!
You need root privileges
+ Install php
+ Use the Mageia Control Center (mcc) to start the http daemon...
+ Confirm that Apache works by simply visiting the following address, with your web browser...
+ As Root (or while having root privileges (see: sudo, kdesu, su, etc)) install pmwiki in...
+ Finally, if you did everything right, you should be able to visit your local standalone wiki,
and edit it's pages, as a simple user, by opening the following address with your web browser...
IMPORTANT SECURITY NOTE:
The above configuration was tested for offline use ONLY.
That is... in your ...
-> Mageia Control Center --> Security --> Personal Firewall
... if nothing is checked (especially "Web server"), then you are PROBABLY alright.
You may also want to add the "apache user" in your user's team.
(Installing from a Live Mageia,
will probably have set your user account
to belong in the "live team", by default.
This can fix some "Access forbidden!", "error 403",
or other user rights problems.
Mageia Control Center --> System --> Manage System Users
| | Filter System Users
Double click on the "apache" user.
|x| live |x| new_default_team (if you have set your user's account to belong to a new_default_team)
Exit Users Management.
Restart the httd deamon (as explained above).
See discussion at RunningPmwikiOnMageiaLinux-Talk?