DokuWiki Installer


This page assists in the first time installation and configuration of Dokuwiki. More info on this installer is available on it's own documentation page.

DokuWiki uses ordinary files for the storage of wiki pages and other information associated with those pages (e.g. images, search indexes, old revisions, etc). In order to operate successfully DokuWiki must have write access to the directories that hold those files. This installer is not capable of setting up directory permissions. That normally needs to be done directly on a command shell or if you are using hosting, through FTP or your hosting control panel (e.g. cPanel).

This installer will setup your DokuWiki configuration for ACL, which in turn allows administrator login and access to DokuWiki's admin menu for installing plugins, managing users, managing access to wiki pages and alteration of configuration settings. It isn't required for DokuWiki to operate, however it will make Dokuwiki easier to administer.

Experienced users or users with special setup requirements should use these links for details concerning installation instructions and configuration settings.

For security reasons this script will only work with a new and unmodified Dokuwiki installation. You should either re-extract the files from the downloaded package or consult the complete Dokuwiki installation instructions

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Contributing to MantisBT

Talent and Time

One of the greatest ways to contribute to Mantis is to contribute your talent and time. For Mantis to keep growing we need such support in all areas related to the software development cycle. This includes: business analysts, developers, web designers, graphics designers, technical writers, globalization developers, translators, testers, super users, packagers and active users. If you would like to contribute in any of these capacities please contact developers mailing list.

Q: Why are some roles in Red and others in Green? A: The roles in green are well defined and described at the end of the link. Those in red are not defined yet.

Recommend MantisBT to Others

It feels great when we get feedback from the user community about how Mantis had a positive effect on their personal experience, made them more productive, and benefited their organization. A lot of the feedback I get is via email, some on mailing lists, and some on forums. I would encourage such users to blog about it, write their story in the Mantis Success Stories, tell their friends about Mantis, and recommend Mantis to other organizations. Mantis is driven by it's community, the greater the community, the greater the ideas, the greater of a product it becomes.

Blog about MantisBT

If you have a blog, then blog about MantisBT, review it's features and help us spread the word.

  • Download the following button and add it to your website:

  • Link to it using HTML code like the following (src should be updated as appropriate)
<a href="" title="Free Web Based Bug Tracker"><img src="images/mantis_logo_button.gif" width="88" height="35" border="0" alt="Mantis Bug Tracker"></a>

Integrate with MantisBT

If you have a product that can be integrated with Mantis to provide value for Mantis users, that would be a great place to contribute and benefit both your project's community and the Mantis community. A great example of this is in in the area of integration with content management systems (e.g. *Nuke, Xoops), project management (PHPProjekt), and TestLink for Test Management. Mantis can easily be integrated with projects in any programming language whether it is hosted on the same webserver or anywhere else in the world. This can be achieved through its MantisConnect PHP webservice which is built on top of the Mantis API. MantisConnect also comes with client libraries and samples in languages like PHP, .NET, Java and Cocoa.

mantisbt/contributing.txt · Last modified: 2014/10/07 11:58 by pflugervillian