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If you like what you see..... buy me a coffee! 🤍 Visit my Teespring store front as well..... 🤍 If you are looking for VPN service check this out... 🤍 Join Robinhood with my link and we'll both get a free stock 🤍 This video a tutorial on how to install Xwiki in a docker container to use to document your Smart Home setup!! Here are a few links to get you started.... 🤍 🤍 🤍 (0:00) Intro (2:16) Let's start by going over some prerequisites. sudo mkdir xwiki networks: xwiki-nw: driver: bridge (4:37) Now we are ready to setup the first container in docker. mysql-xwiki: command: "mysqld character-set-server=utf8 collation-server=utf8_bin explicit-defaults-for-timestamp=1" container_name: mysql-xwiki environment: - MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=xwiki - MYSQL_USER=xwiki - MYSQL_PASSWORD=xwiki - MYSQL_DATABASE=xwiki image: "mysql:5.7" networks: - xwiki-nw volumes: - "/home/adrian/xwiki/mysql:/var/lib/mysql" - "/home/adrian/xwiki/mysql-init:/docker-entrypoint-initdb.d" sudo docker exec -it mysql-xwiki /bin/bash mysql -u root -p xwiki -e "grant all privileges on *.* to xwiki🤍localhost identified by 'xwiki'" (9:25) Now that the db container is create, lets setup the frontend. xwiki: image: "xwiki:lts-mysql-tomcat" container_name: xwiki depends_on: - mysql-xwiki ports: - "8180:8080" environment: - DB_USER=xwiki - DB_PASSWORD=xwiki - DB_DATABASE=xwiki - DB_HOST=mysql-xwiki volumes: - /home/adrian/xwiki:/usr/local/xwiki networks: - xwiki-nw (12:13) Now that its installed, let's go over the configuration. (16:51) Lastly, let's set it up in Heimdall! If you like the video, please subscribe to my channel. If you have any questions or comments, hit me up in the comments below. As always, if there are any videos out there you would like to see that I don't already have out there, let me know in the comments as well and I will see what I can do.
About getting up and running with XWiki (content collaboration wikis) platform with Docker in less than 30 minutes. Brief introduction to XWiki's page editing features as well. #XWiki #Docker #setupXWikiWithDocker
XWiki is a free, open source, self hosted Wiki with hundreds of extensions that can make it even better than Confluence without the excessive cost. JIRA Integration, Authorization extensions, Theming, Templates, Personal Spaces, User and admin control levels, and so much more. I work through the install, then during the first run wizard, I select a bare minimum option...well....I realized I had messed up, so I go through it again and select the "Demo" Flavor, which gives you a fully setup Wiki ready for production.Timestamps below for those who prefer to jump through.ytube = Timestamps = 00:10 - Introduction 00:40 - Bookstack Mention - Video at 02:25 - Pre-Install XWiki Info - Use Demo Flavor 02:55 - I will leave the server up for a week 04:10 - pre-install of XWiki using Docker - Setup Server 11:30 - Install Docker CE on our Ubuntu Server 13:30 - Install XWiki using Docker 19:15 - First Access of XWiki - Initial Setup 25:13 - Reinstalled and setting Demo Flavor for more autoated Extension setup (this is the way you should do it if you're new to XWiki). 27:10 - XWiki Usage and Overview of the Software = Links = XWiki main site 🤍 Install Instructions 🤍 Docker Specific Install 🤍 Install Docker-CE on Ubuntu 🤍 My Video on Bookstack 🤍 = Contact = Contact me at - Twitter: 🤍mickintx Telegram: 🤍MickInTx Mastodon: 🤍l/ 🤍MickInTX or at 🤍 Get a $50.00 credit for Digital Ocean by signing up with this link: 🤍 Use Hover as your Domain Name Registrar to get some great control over you domains / sub-domains: 🤍 Support my Channel and ongoing efforts through Patreon: 🤍 What does the money go to? To Pay for Digital Ocean droplets, donations to open source projects I feature, any hardware I may need to purchase for future episodes (which I will then give to a subscriber in a drawing or contest). = Attributions = Intro and Outro Music from 🤍bensound.com Groovy Hip Hop - by Benjamin Tissot 🤍
Sharing knowledge in a team of people working together (company, association, study group or any other kind of project) is key for its long-term success. Even if this is not properly identified from the beginning as a main concern, setting up tools and processes that allow knowledge to be accumulated and organized correctly ends up being on the TODO list at some point, and may come with the wish to have done it earlier. Thus, the best solution is one that is quick enough to setup from the very beginning and versatile enough to be able to incrementally develop into a proper solid fortress of knowledge. In this presentation I will use the XWiki platform to incrementally build a collaborative intranet from scratch and will try to address some frequent needs of knowledge sharing in a team, using already-made add-ons or new tools (list not exhaustive): * Blog, for unidirectional communication, * Meeting notes, for spoken knowledge not to be lost, * File Manager for just dropping files to share, * Task manager for lightweight ticketing, * Holiday requests and Recruitment applications for team management, * Unstructured free content sharing, using standard wiki pages and page templates, * Structured content tailored to fit your exact specific needs, * Multi-wiki separation for teams isolation, * Powerful search in all this, * Authentication add-ons to plug your own users management, * Easy look & feel setup, to brand it as your own. SPEAKER: Anca Luca PUBLICATION PERMISSIONS: Original video was published with the Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed) ATTRIBUTION CREDITS: Original video source: 🤍
Как установить XWiki на свой компьютер быстро и просто? Видео о том, как без знаний администратора, легко и просто установить систему управления знаниями XWiki на свой компьютер для проверки ее возможностей. Больше информации об XWiki и корпоративных базах знаний, на нашем сайте: 🤍 - Ссылки из видео: - Сайт Docker 🤍 - Репозиторий XWiki 🤍
= Links = Show Notes 🤍 WikiJS Home Page 🤍 Raw Script to Install Docker and Docker-CE 🤍 Support my Channel and ongoing efforts through Patreon: 🤍 = Timestamps = 00:00 Beginning 00:09 Intro to WikiJS 03:15 Thank you to my Patrons at Patreon, and my subscribers on Youtube 04:55 Setup a Non-Root User in Linux 07:40 Setup our Docker folder Structure for Install 08:45 Add our docker-compose.yml file 12:15 Install Docker and Docker-Compose 16:50 Setup our Portainer-CE Instance (GUI for Docker) 18:20 Install WikiJS with Docker-Compose 20:30 Setup WikiJS 22:45 Setup a FQDN (Full URL) for our WikiJS Install with SSL 25:00 WikiJS Admin Dashboard 25:35 Create our WikiJS Main Page 28:30 WikiJS Settings 40:00 How to Contribute to WikiJS 41:30 Looking at a more Setup WikiJS System - Setup Navigation = Contact = Twitter: 🤍mickintx Telegram: 🤍MickInTx Mastodon: 🤍l/ 🤍MickInTX Try out SSDNodes VPS Services! Amazing Specs for incredibly low costs. I'm running a 32 GB RAM / $ CPU Server for only $9 a month! Seriously. FOr long term server usage, this is the way to go! 🤍 Get a $50.00 credit for Digital Ocean by signing up with this link: 🤍 Use Hover as your Domain Name Registrar to get some great control over you domains / sub-domains: 🤍 Support my Channel and ongoing efforts through Patreon: 🤍 What does the money go to? To Pay for Digital Ocean droplets, donations to open source projects I feature, any hardware I may need to purchase for future episodes (which I will then give to a subscriber in a drawing or contest). = Attributions = Intro and Outro music provided by 🤍
This video demonstrates how to install XWiki on Windows using a single sign-on PostgreSQL database. Links to downloads: AdoptOpenJDK JRE - 🤍 PostgreSQL JDBC driver - 🤍 Bill Stewart's Apache Tomcat Setup - 🤍 Other downloads in the video - go to XWiki page on 🤍
In diesem Video stelle ich euch die meiner Meinung nach beste OpenSource Wiki Software - BookStack vor. Mit dieser kostenlosen Software könnt ihr einfach und intuitiv ein Wiki erstellen und verwalten. Zudem profitiert ihr von den zahlreichen Features dieser Software, die ich in diesem Video vorstelle. » BookStack auf aktivem Server installieren: 🤍 » Meine Website: 🤍 Du benötigst Unterstützung bei der Installation oder Konfiguration von Open Source Software? Ich helfe dir gerne weiter! Schreib mir einfach eine Mail an (Daniel): service🤍apfelcast.com » Im Video verwendete Befehle: 🤍 » Projektseite: 🤍 » Weitere Videos: NginxProxyManager installieren: 🤍 Videoreihe Proxmox Server: 🤍 Videoreihe OpenSource Software: 🤍 » Abschnitte: 00:00 Begrüßung 01:08 Was ist BookStack 02:06 Feature Demo 09:30 BookStack Installation 14:35 Internet Zugriff einrichten 17:49 Fazit Mein Equipment: » Kamera: 🤍 » Objektiv: 🤍 » Ton: 🤍 » Recorder: 🤍 » Beleuchtung: 🤍 Hinweis: Alle Links beginnend mit „🤍“ sind Affiliate Links. Wenn du über einen dieser Links ein Produkt kaufst, bekomme ich einen kleinen Anteil des Kaufpreises gutgeschrieben.
Introduction to XWIKI
XWiki is the Open Source tool that allows your team to create, capture and organize knowledge in one single place. Try XWiki Cloud today at: 🤍. Visit the XWiki Store to see how you can extend your wiki: 🤍 ► Website: 🤍 ► XWiki Community: 🤍 ► Mastodon: 🤍 ► LinkedIn: 🤍 ► Twitter: 🤍 ► Facebook: 🤍 #OpenSource #OpenSourceSoftware #wiki #XWiki #OSS #FOSS
This video demonstrates how to install XWiki on Windows using Oracle XE. Packages to download: - 1. Download AdoptOpenJDK 11.0.17+8 from 🤍 2. Download Oracle Database 21c Express Edition from 🤍 3. Download Apache Tomcat-9.0.43-windows-x64 from 🤍 4. Download Odbc driver (ojdbc11.jar) from 🤍 5. Download XWiki 13.0 war from 🤍
by Anca Luca At: FOSDEM 2020 🤍 Sharing knowledge in a team of people working together (company, association, study group or any other kind of project) is key for its long-term success. Even if this is not properly identified from the beginning as a main concern, setting up tools and processes that allow knowledge to be accumulated and organized correctly ends up being on the TODO list at some point, and may come with the wish to have done it earlier. Thus, the best solution is one that is quick enough to setup from the very beginning and versatile enough to be able to incrementally develop into a proper solid fortress of knowledge. In this presentation I will use the XWiki platform to incrementally build a collaborative intranet from scratch and will try to address some frequent needs of knowledge sharing in a team, using already-made add-ons or new tools (list not exhaustive): * Blog, for unidirectional communication, * Meeting notes, for spoken knowledge not to be lost, * File Manager for just dropping files to share, * Task manager for lightweight ticketing, * Holiday requests and Recruitment applications for team management, * Unstructured free content sharing, using standard wiki pages and page templates, * Structured content tailored to fit your exact specific needs, * Multi-wiki separation for teams isolation, * Powerful search in all this, * Authentication add-ons to plug your own users management, * Easy look & feel setup, to brand it as your own. Room: AW1.120 Scheduled start: 2020-02-01 10:00:00
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Part 1: Download Packages 1. Download AdoptOpenJDK 11.0.17+8 from 🤍 2. Download MySQL Installer 8.0.32 from 🤍 3. Download Apache Tomcat-9.0.43-windows-x64 from 🤍 4. Download driver for mysql connector (mysql-connector-j-8.0.32.jar) from 🤍 5. Download XWiki 13.0 war from 🤍
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BookStack is a simple, self-hosted, easy-to-use Wiki platform for organizing and storing information. In this video, 🤍DBTechYT will show you how to set up your own Bookstack instance on a server running Portainer. The first video in this series is available here 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 1:03 What is Bookstack? 1:54 Touring the Bookstack UI 8:50 How to Install Bookstack 16:48 Deploy Bookstack 17:30 Setup Bookstack in NGINX and DNS 20:45 Login to Bookstack Admin 21:06 Conclusion New to Linode? Get started here with a $100 credit → 🤍 Check out the Bookstack docs → 🤍 Learn more about Bookstack on dockerhub→ 🤍 Subscribe to get notified of new episodes as they come out → 🤍 #Linode #Docker #Bookstack #Portainer Product: Linode, Docker, 🤍BookStackApp ; 🤍DBTechYT ;
Have you been wanting to put Nginx Proxy Manager in an LXC container? Now you can in Proxmox 7 with Turnkey Core and Nesting! This can also be done using other OS templates using keyctl and nesting as unprivileged in the options. Written guide 🤍 Docker instructions 🤍 #Docker #ProxmoxVE7 #homelab Tags used in this video docker on proxmox 7 lxc, install docker on proxmox 7, proxmox 7, homelab, self hosting, server, lxc container, tutorial, guide, 2021, geekedtv
How To install xWiki On Ubuntu 16.04 Now I am share how to install xWiki on your ubuntu 16.04 server local or public. 🠞 🤍 apt-get update && apt-get upgrade -y apt install unzip jdk [Version-8.0_151] Download from here: 🤍 Tomcat [8.0.47] Download from here: 🤍 Wiki [10.2] Download from here: 🤍 mysql-connector [mysql-connector-java-5.1.38.jar] Download from here: 🤍 Follow with Facebook 🠞 🤍 Follow with Twitter 🠞 🤍 = Follow with Reddit 🠞 🤍 Follow with LinkedIn 🠞 🤍 Thanks. Tech Updates Web : 🤍
This is a tutorial on how to install and self-host DokuWiki on Docker using Portainer. DokuWiki is a simple to use, Open Source wiki software that doesn't require a database. If you want to learn how to install Portainer or Docker you can view the tutorial at the link below. :|: DokuWiki Website: 🤍 :|: DokuWiki Docker Image: 🤍 :|: DokuWiki on Github: 🤍 - :|: CLICK HERE: 🤍 :|: How to Install Portainer: 🤍 :|: How to Install Docker: 🤍 -
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Planning to migrate from Confluence and are searching for an Open Source alternative? We know from first-hand experience that migrations can be an IT nightmare when not done properly, with adequate resources and support. This is why we have allocated time and effort to make transitioning from Confluence to XWiki as smooth as possible, by providing a dedicated migrator, as well as multiple macros that are commonly used with Confluence. In this webinar, we're deep diving into the latest developed improvements and macros, discussing all the necessary steps to successfully complete your migration. * * * 0:00 Agenda & Intro 6:11 General prerequisites 10:50 Installing the Confluence migrator & migration profile 17:27 Step 1 migration demo - Prerequisites 20:17 Step 2 migration demo - Space analysis 22:20 Step 3 migration demo - Confluence export 23:00 Step 4 migration demo - XWiki import 25:03 Step 5 migration demo - Post import fixes 29:25 Step 6 migration demo - Nested pages 33:23 Compatible macros 43:21 XWiki services and offers 49:03 Live Q&A (check article below for transcript) * * * Useful links: Q&A transcript: 🤍 Confluence migrator: 🤍 Confluence migration guide: 🤍 List of equivalent macros between XWiki and Confluence: 🤍 Confluence next steps: 🤍 Book a call with Stefana: 🤍 Contact us: contact🤍xwiki.com * * * ► Website: 🤍 ► Mastodon: 🤍 ► LinkedIn: 🤍 ► Twitter: 🤍 ► Facebook: 🤍 #OpenSource #OpenSourceSoftware #wiki #XWiki #OSS #FOSS #ConfluenceAlternative
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Organize better your information with XWiki Cloud. Collaborate with your team. Get more things done. Try XWiki Cloud today! 🤍 Visit the XWiki Store to see how you can extend your wiki: 🤍
This talk was part of the "Collaborative Information and Content Management Applications" devroom held by XWiki at FOSDEM 2020.
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As a developer, it really helps being able to debug on one's own machine a problem that happened in production, in a given configuration of the software! This is what the TestContainers framework allows doing. It lets you drive Docker directly from within your unit tests and thus to have a very efficient mechanism to run your functional tests in a given environment. This session will present TestContainers, applied to a real use case (XWiki), with a demonstration of how to use it for writing tests involving a database, a Servlet engine and more. What will be shown: JUnit5 integration, creating a custom Docker image right from within your unit tests, automatic recording of videos of running tests and integration with a Jenkins pipeline to iterate over all the configurations to test.
In this presentation, Jos talks about the latest releases and improvements in Nextcloud. This talk was part of the "Collaborative Information and Content Management Applications" devroom held by XWiki at FOSDEM 2023. FOSDEM website: 🤍
A product demo of XWiki, presented during RemoteCon. XWiki is an advanced collaboration platform based on the Wiki principles. More details about the event you can find here ►► 🤍 You can re-watch the other RemoteCon recordings here ►► 🤍 If you don`t have a content pass or a full pass ticket already, you can still access the recordings by getting your pass here ►► 🤍 Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to our YouTube channel here ►► 🤍 ABOUT REMOTECON RemoteCon by How to Web is the first European online technology conference dedicated to remote work. This edition gathered world-renowned experts in the field of technology and innovation such as: Jason Fried (Basecamp CEO and author of bestsellers "Rework", "Remote: office not required" and "It doesn't have to be crazy at work"), Darren Murph (Head of Remote at GitLab), Andreas Klinger (Remote advocate at CoinList and AngelList, former CTO of Product Hunt and founder of the Remote First Capital, an investment fund focused on remote work solutions), Bretton Putter (organizational culture expert, founder and CEO of CultureGene and author of “Culture Decks Decoded”), David Darmanin (Hotjar CEO) and Sheeba Varghese (leadership expert for remote teams), among others. The full list of speakers, as well as the agenda of the event is here: 🤍 ABOUT HOW TO WEB How to Web is a leading European startup & tech conference based in Bucharest, Romania, where 2200+ founders and startup-minded operators and developers gather to get inspiration, knowledge and opportunities. Started in 2010, it is one of the earliest influential European startup events, which has accelerated the adoption of the startup culture in CEE & Romania.
In this video, I show how you can create a docker container app called BookStack from a Docker Hub image from LinuxServer.io, then deploy the stack, create the container app, and access it via your Web browser at the IP address of your Raspberry Pi SBC. Music Credit: "Dream Culture" by Kevin MacLeod (🤍) License: CC BY (🤍 Bookstack Website: 🤍 OpenMediaVault Website: 🤍 LinuxServer Images Website: 🤍 Portainer Website: 🤍 OMV Video: 🤍
Today I will show you what Bookstack is and how to install it using Docker. Bookstack is such a great tool to manage any information you wish to store. Bookstack default credentials: Username: admin🤍admin.com Password: password Useful Links: Bookstack install: 🤍 Bookstack GitHub Repo: 🤍 Timestamps: 0:00 Bookstack Intro 2:30 Installing Bookstack 11:00 Logging into Bookstack
This short tutorial will guide you on how to install BookStack on Docker using Portainer. In this example, I'm installing it on a Raspberry Pi. BookStack: 🤍 BookStack Documentation: 🤍 Linuxserver.io Docker Image: 🤍
Today we will be installing Wikijs Docker container on a Raspberry Pi 4 using Portainer. This is episode 31 in our Raspberry Pi series. Wikijs is a self hosted open source Wiki application that is supported and actively used by some big names in the tech industry. It integrates with over 50+ external applications like AWS, Azure and Facebook. It can be used for business teams or technical enthusiasts looking for somewhere to store documentation. It offers several editors, plain text, markdown and a visual builder with more in development. Easily search for the content you need and set up user authentication to secure content and restrict access. 2FA is also supported. This Wiki has it all and we highly recommend it. If you are wanting to use your own domain you can set this up using NGINX Proxy Manager. It is not covered in todays tutorial however if you would like us to cover it in a later episode please let us know in the comments below or on our YouTube video for this episode. Resources ►All Commands Can Be Found For Episode 31 On Our Website's Blog: 🤍 ►🤍 ►Check out our full Raspberry Pi Series on our website: 🤍 🌐For help and support head over to our forum 🤍 Support The Channel 🌐Make A Paypal Donation: 🤍 🌐Become a Patreon: 🤍 Social Media Links 🌐Facebook: 🤍 🐦Twitter: 🤍 🎥 YouTube: 🤍 Please Like our videos and Subscribe to our channel and click the notification bell so you are instantly notified of any new content. Disclosure Just so you know, we may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. The Amazon Affiliate link recommendations come at no extra cost to you. We hope you love the products we recommend! Thank you if you use our links, we really appreciate it! Raspberry Pi 4 Models= ►Raspberry Pi 4 4GB 🌐Amazon USA Link: 🤍 🌐Amazon UK Link: 🤍 ►Raspberry Pi 4 8GB 🌐Amazon USA Link: 🤍 🌐Amazon UK Link: 🤍 Recommend Parts (Compatible with Pi 4)= ►Raspberry Pi 4 Case – GeeekPi Argon One Raspberry Pi 4 Aluminum Case with Fan. 🌐Amazon USA Link: 🤍 🌐Amazon UK Link: 🤍 ►Micro SD Card 32gb 🌐Amazon USA Link: 🤍 🌐Amazon UK Link 🤍 ►Official Raspberry Pi 4 USB-C Power Supply. 🌐Amazon USA Link: 🤍 🌐Amazon UK Link: 🤍 ►SATA 3 to USB Cable – USB 3.0 to 2.5” Hard Drive Adapter 🌐Amazon USA Link: 🤍 🌐Amazon UK Link: 🤍 ►Crucial BX500 120GB SATA SSD (Optional) 🌐Amazon USA Link: 🤍 🌐Amazon UK Link: 🤍 ►WD My Passport 1 TB Portable Hard Drive (For all data storage needs) 🌐Amazon USA Link: 🤍 🌐Amazon UK Link: 🤍 ►UGREEN USB 3.0 Hub with 1M Long Cable ( Confirmed works with Raspberry Pi 4) 🌐Amazon USA Link: 🤍 🌐Amazon UK Link: 🤍 =Best SSD Drives For The Raspberry Pi 4= ►Crucial BX500 120 GB 🌐Amazon USA Link: 🤍 🌐Amazon UK Link: 🤍 ►SanDisk SSD PLUS 120 GB 🌐Amazon USA Link: 🤍 🌐Amazon UK Link: 🤍 =Best USB 3 Flash Drives For the Raspberry Pi 4= ►SanDisk Extreme Go USB 3.1 128 GB Flash Drive 🌐Amazon USA Link: 🤍 🌐Amazon UK Link: 🤍 =Best Networking Cable For The Raspberry Pi 4= ►10ft/3M BLACK Cat5e Ethernet RJ45 High-Speed Network Cable 🌐Amazon USA Link: 🤍 🌐Amazon UK Link: 🤍 Other Affiliate Links Get A Domain Name Today With Namecheap :) 🌐Namecheap: 🤍 🌐The Best Hosting Company For Wordpress By A Mile - Cloudways!. Check them out. 🤍 ►Get 1 month for free - Unlimited Magazine Reading - All Tech Magazines Including The Mag Pi - Get The Readly App - 🤍
Here is the Part 1 of the MediaWiki Tutorial Series. In this video, we'll look at how we can install MediaWiki using docker. Gitlab Repo link: 🤍
In this video we'll look at how to install BookStack on Docker and Portainer. BookStack is a simple, self-hosted, easy-to-use platform for organising and storing information. Full Blog Post Here: 🤍 /=/ Remember to leave a like on this video and subscribe if you want to see more! /=/ Like what I do? Want to be generous and help support my channel? Here are some ways to support: Patreon: 🤍 Ko-fi: 🤍 /=/ Here's my YouTube Merch Store: 🤍 /=/ Here's my Amazon Influencer Shop Link: Amazon: 🤍 /=/ Follow Me: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 #BookStack #OpenMediaVault #Docker
XWiki is an open-source, enterprise-level wiki platform written in Java. It’s one of the most popular and most capable open source wikis out there. Some of its useful features include WYSIWYG editing, OpenDocument based document import/export, semantic annotations and tagging, and advanced permissions management. The large and knowledgeable community is always available for help and they keep updating and improving the wiki software.
Mit docker lassen sich schnell und einfach virtuelle Maschine betreiben, die Serverdienst wie ein Wiki anbieten. An einer Beispielinstallation eines Mediawiki zeige ich, wie das funktionieren kann. Hier sind die im Video eingesetzten Befehle: docker run name=mw -i -t -p 8080:80 32bit/debian:jessie bash apt-get update apt-get install mediawiki a2enconf mediawiki cd etc/mediawiki vi apache.conf service apache2 reload
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