Assuming that you can get Apache, PHP and MySQL to run, there should
be no reason why you can't get it to run. You may be missing advanced
features like the TeX support and the ImageMagick support, but once
you've got AMP configured, you should be good to go.
Wiley have a book that is pretty newbie-proof on how to configure AMP
on UNIX-like systems. Solaris should be much the same as Linux or BSD
On Tue, 26 Oct 2004 14:43:22 -0600, Rich Points <rich(a)richpoints.com> wrote:
I've been trying to install MediaWiki on a Sun Solaris machine for about two months
now. I've consulted with three programmers and written to several lists and no one
can figure it out. Has anyone out there installed MediaWiki on this type of machine?
My research and experience has shown that MediaWiki is one of the best Wiki's around
and I would really like to use it. Is this possible or am I SOL? If I can't use it
what would be a second best wiki?
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