On 28/03/2009, P. Hightower <sgriobhadair(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Hi, I'm going to be away from an internet
connection for a few weeks at a
time over the next few weeks but would like to be able to carry a snapshot
of my Wiki to reference so I can work on some materials while I'm on the
road. I've been looking around via Google and I'm finding a number of
projects that look promising but everyone I've looked at so far seems to
fall into the vaporware category. Does anyone know of a workable solution?
Something that runs in either Linux or XP would be good. Or maybe there's
something out there that'll let me take an export of a bunch of page from my
wiki and produce a pdf or something?
Take a look at MoWeS from CH software (www.chsoftware.net
). They offer
a free standalone MediaWiIki (i have 1.13), MySQL, PHP and Apache
installation that can be run without install (off an USB stick or from
the hard drive). You can use the supplied Mediawiki or install your
perferred Mediawiki version and copy the entire wiki onto it (provided
enough disk space is available of course).
Naturally, you are left on your own to copy any modifications you made
back to the original Wiki.
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