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--o INSTALL o-- ---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::--- NB /////////////////// If you are upgrading from a previous installation of WIKINDX, read docs/UPGRADE.txt. /////////////////// Simple installation instructions (help for WIKINDX use is included in the system and is accessed through the web browser). REQUIREMENTS: 1/ You must have the ability to create a database and grant permissions (GRANT ALL) on a MySQL server. 2/ Write access to your web server's documents folder. 3/ (It is assumed you have a working MySQL database server and PHP-enabled web server.) 4/ Any operating system capable of running the above. 5/ Windows users wishing to run WIKINDX as a single user on a desktop machine, may be interested in the XAMPP or WTServer servers which are a one-step install of Apache/PHP/MySQL. Instructions can be found at http://wikindx.sourceforge.net/. NB: 1/ WIKINDX will neither create the database nor grant appropriate permissions (GRANT ALL) - you must do this manually and save a copy of config.php.dist as config.php and edit it with the MySQL access data. PHPMyAdmin users (for Windows users, this utility for managing MySQL databases comes with the server) can find instructions for this at http://wikindx.sourceforge.net/. 2/ Some PHP distributions (notably on Linux Mandriva) come without PHP extensions that are standard on other distributions. Importantly, the GD, mbstring, and XML extensions must be enabled on Mandriva (and possibly other Linux distributions). 3/ The standard PHP/Apache installation has a memory_limit of 32 Megabytes configured in php.ini. In most cases, this is sufficient to run WIKINDX. However, there are some instances (PHP/Apache installations with particular configurations or extras, for example) where this memory limit may need to be increased. An indication of this is typically an unexpected blank page following a WIKINDX operation or, if error reporting is turned on, an error message detailing a lack of memory. If either of these symptoms occur, increase php.ini's memory_limit in steps of 4 Megabytes until it is working again. 4/ If your database is over 1500 resources and you expect to export (with the importexport plugin) lists of resources of at least this length, then you should set public $WIKINDX_MEMORY_LIMIT = "64M"; in config.php in order to avoid memory allocation errors. ---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::--- INSTALLATION: 1/ Unzip WIKINDX into a new folder on your web server -- it will create a wikindx5/ folder. 2/ Create a new MySQL database (e.g. 'wikindx5') and GRANT ALL permissions on it to your wikindx user. 3/ Copy wikindx5/config.php.dist to wikindx5/config.php and edit the latter (a lot of configuration options are accessible via the web browser interface once installation is complete but, as a minimum, you will need to set the MySQL database access protocols). 4/ Ensure that 'attachments/', 'files/', 'images/', 'languages/', 'plugins/', 'templates/', 'tplcompilation/', 'styles/CACHE' and 'styles/bibliography/' and the XML files within 'styles/bibliography/xxx/' folders are writable by the web server user (usually 'nobody'). If you are running WIKINDX locally on Windows (using something like XAMPP), you can skip this step as the folders will be writable by default. Additionally, in any plugin folder, index.php and the config.php file (if it exists) should also be writable. If you are running WIKINDX locally on Windows (using something like XAMPP), you can skip this step as the folders will be writable by default. 5/ If you want an embeded spell checker, you need to enable enchant extension in your php.ini or .htaccess file. See your webserver manual. 6/ Finally, run v5 through your web browser (http://<server>/wikindx5) and follow the instructions there to complete the installation. 7/ Have fun! ---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::--- NOTE: 1/ The files/ directory is used for the temporary storage of RTF, RIS, Endnote, BibTeX and other files for the user to download. The scripts within WIKINDX will mark these files for deletion after so many seconds have passed since their last modification (you can configure this through the web browser) . This doesn't necessarily mean that they will be immediately deleted: they will be deleted the next time someone exports a file. 2/ Language packs are available as separate downloads from the sourceforge site. They act like plug-ins so simply extract them (with their directory structure) to the languages/ directory to make them instantly available. v3.x language packs can be converted with the localization plugin and any missing messages will be replaced with the default English. v4.x language packs will work with v5 but will be missing messages that will instead be displayed in English. 3/ Bibliographic style packs are available as separate downloads from the sourceforge site. They act like plug-ins so simply extract them (with their directory structure) to the styles/bibliography/ directory to make them instantly available. NB - to be able to edit them, ensure the XML files are writeable by the web server user. 4/ Other plug-in modules, extending the functionality of WIKINDX, are available from the sourceforge site. Unzip these with their directory structure to plugins/. v3.x plug-ins will not work with WIKINDX v5. To allow plug-ins to be administered from within WIKINDX, ensure that each plugin's config.php and index.php are writeable by the web server user. 5/ There is an optional RSS feed and WIKINDX content may be accessed via Content Management Systems such as Moodle, WordPress, etc. See docs/README_RSS and docs/README_CMS for details. ---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::---:::--- -- The WIKINDX Team 2017 sirfragalot@users.sourceforge.net
Source: README.txt, updated 2017-12-17