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slackware:wikinotes [2008/11/21 21:59]
alien Make the notes reflect my current installation
slackware:wikinotes [2009/06/19 19:40] (current)
alien Link fixes: the software URLs have moved on tatewake.com.
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 Here's what I had to do to get the Wiki up and running. Remember that the DokuWiki has no need for a database server like MySQL. The Wiki pages, indexes and archives are stored as files below the DokuWiki root (or anyplace else if you want to separate the content from the code). This makes it ideal to install in your own home directory. You do not need any additional permissions on the webserver. Here's what I had to do to get the Wiki up and running. Remember that the DokuWiki has no need for a database server like MySQL. The Wiki pages, indexes and archives are stored as files below the DokuWiki root (or anyplace else if you want to separate the content from the code). This makes it ideal to install in your own home directory. You do not need any additional permissions on the webserver.
  
-> I upgraded to dokuwiki-2008-05-05 and decided to re-visit this page as well. Some of the instructions were outdated, and the section about the //blog// plugin has been removed, now that I use WordPress software for [[http://alien.slackbook.org/blog/|my new blog]]. The [[:slackware:wikinotes&do=revisions|old revisions of this page]] still contains everything I edited away.+> I upgraded to dokuwiki-2008-05-05 and decided to re-visit this page as well. Some of the instructions were outdated, and the section about the //blog// plugin has been removed, now that I use WordPress software for [[http://alien.slackbook.org/blog/|my new blog]]. The [[http://alien.slackbook.org/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=slackware:wikinotes&do=revisions|old revisions of this page]] still contains everything I edited away.
  
-The DokuWiki comes with a default template which is very functional but rather bland-looking. The DokuWiki web page lists a lot of user-contributed templates, some of which are visually more appealing or functionally better. I opted for the //Monobook// template. This is a port from the default [[wp>MediaWiki]] template (as seen on [[http://en.wikipedia.org|WikiPedia]]) which I find very nice looking. This template is avtively developed and has many nice features, which make it even better to customize.+The DokuWiki comes with a default template which is very functional but rather bland-looking. The DokuWiki web page lists a lot of user-contributed templates, some of which are visually more appealing or functionally better. I opted for the //Monobook// template. This is a port from the default [[wp>MediaWiki]] template (as seen on [[http://en.wikipedia.org|WikiPedia]]) which I find very nice looking. This template is actively developed and has many nice features, which make it even better to customize.
  
 ==== Installing the dokuwiki tarball ==== ==== Installing the dokuwiki tarball ====
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 === Template: MonoBook === === Template: MonoBook ===
  
-  * Get the archive file for the monobook template from [[http://tatewake.com/wiki/projects:monobook_for_dokuwiki|Tatewake's web site]]. The template should match with the release of DokuWiki you've just installed. This is only an issue when there has been a major new release of DokuWiki. Usually you would just grab the most recent monobook release.+  * Get the archive file for the monobook template from [[http://tatewake.com/wiki/software:dokuwiki:template:monobook|Tatewake's web site]]. The template should match with the release of DokuWiki you've just installed. This is only an issue when there has been a major new release of DokuWiki. Usually you would just grab the most recent monobook release.
  
   * Unzip the archive into the DokuWiki template directory: <code>unzip monobook-ddmmyyyy.zip -d /path/to/dokuwiki/lib/tpl/</code>   * Unzip the archive into the DokuWiki template directory: <code>unzip monobook-ddmmyyyy.zip -d /path/to/dokuwiki/lib/tpl/</code>
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 === Plugin: referrers === === Plugin: referrers ===
  
-The //referrers// plugin (also found on [[http://www.tatewake.com/wiki/projects:referrers_for_dokuwiki|tatewake.com]]) keeps a list of visitors of the Wiki and particularly the //HTTP_REFERER// value the browser sends to Apache. This is what (part of) the page would look like:+The //referrers// plugin (also found on [[http://tatewake.com/wiki/software:dokuwiki:plugin:referrers|tatewake.com]]) keeps a list of visitors of the Wiki and particularly the //HTTP_REFERER// value the browser sends to Apache. This is what (part of) the page would look like:
  
 ^ hostname ^ ip address ^ referrer ^ ^ hostname ^ ip address ^ referrer ^

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