[pmwiki-users] Stand Alone Mode
dominique.faure at gmail.com
Tue Mar 7 10:40:25 CST 2006
On 3/7/06, Patrick R. Michaud <pmichaud at pobox.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 07, 2006 at 05:05:33PM +0100, Jean DEMARTINI wrote:
> > The Editor a écrit :
> > > Currently, I'm trying to get my Wiki running in standalone mode on my
> > > jump drive.
> > > [...]
> > > Unable to find /pmwiki.php on this server.HTTP/1.0 404
> > > Status: 404
> > > Content-Length: 42
> > >
> > > Any suggestions? Would be great to have this traveling around, so I
> > > can continue editing both at home and at work. Thanks in advance.
> > Finally, I have prefered to install a true web server with Php on my PC.
> > Apache + Php are easy to install.
> Yes, but are they easy to install and run from a jump drive?
> Also, a lot of businesses won't allow employees to install webserver
> software like Apache on their desktops -- it's too big a security risk.
> Keep in mind that the standalone server is really intended to be very small
> and simple -- for example, it can't handle wikifarms (although we
> could see about changing that if it's really important), and it doesn't
> know anything about index.php files or directory listings or the like.
> It just knows what it needs to know to handle PmWiki requests, and
> to be able to do it from an external media such as a CD-ROM or
> a flash disk.
> That said, if the standalone server isn't working, I'd like to hear
> about it because it's worth fixing and the fix will generally be pretty
You may have a look at
Not the last version, but would help to take away Apache2+PHP5 on a flash disk.
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