Wiki .EXE

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WikiServer is a simple webserver Wiki as an .exe, source code provided. Probably the easiese Wiki for Windows users, from the getting something useful up and running prespective.

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So why would some one use this rather than Apache on Windows?

Steps to install/run/use http://www.tinyted.net/eddie/wiki/


  1. Download from http://www.tinyted.net/eddie/wiki/, 85 KB in size

  2. Uncompress the previously downloaded file

  3. Double click the WikiServer.exe

  4. Visit http://localhost/ in your browser of choice


Steps to install/run/use a random Wiki cgi on Apache on Windows

  1. Goto http://httpd.apache.org/ and find a download link.

  2. Decide to download from a mirror or from here.

  3. Find and click the binaries link.

  4. Find and click the win32 link.

  5. Awh, crap now I have to choose which of like a dozen links to download? Fsck this I'll go back to the other one.


Now that is why 99.99999% of the Windows users would want WikiServer over Apache with some random Wiki cgi. Also, if down the road they want to move to a more "beafy" Apache ran Wiki all the pages are stored as simple WikiText, though there is no revisioning.



It might not be so bad under a Debian box. Goto a shell as root, and type the following:

apt-get install apache twiki

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