[pmwiki-users] Blocklist2 too strict?
monkeybrain at gamebox.net
Sat Jul 23 20:55:37 CDT 2005
thnx for your answer, meanwhile i was looking at different servers
and i have found this one
no installtion required for this one, just put in your drive and put
pmwiki into proper folder under the uniserver folder structure and start
the server, and pmwiki works just fine, i copied from actual web space
into local drive, and it is working so far
maybe this one and pmwiki can be offered in one package so that people
do not need to spend hours trying to find how to do it? I am not a tech
guys but i have enough knowledge to find way around, but not many people
have similar skills.
This solution is ok, i was just curios to find a solution that requires
less cpu. I really like wxwikiserver and moinmoin as standalone ones for
> At this time PmWiki is in PHP -- you need a PHP interpreter to run
> PmWiki because PHP is a scripting language and can't (to my
> knowledge) be compiled as an application.
> I run it on my mac laptop, using the laptop as a webserver because
> Apache & PHP are already installed (http://localhost/). If you are
> running windows you can install web software on your laptop and
> install PmWiki... otherwise you need a different method of
> interpreting PHP... I haven't tried running PmWiki on the command
> line with only PHP (not Apache).
> I just tried it and it works OK (although it outputs HTML) (I did
> php -f pmwiki.php > test.html
> -- then open test.html in a browser. Not bad. Needs a little work
> So first thing you would need is to install at least PHP on the
> computer...and go from there. A massively stripped down skin and
> changes to config.php might work...then a script on the operating
> system to open and close pages, and serve up the resulting text in
> your browser...???
> I don't know how well it would work as a command line application --
> but the interface would definitely need tweaking, and the pmwiki
> emacs editor mode would probably be necessary for page editing.
> What operating system is your laptop using?
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