dokuwiki for SME Server
We have now imported these contribs originally built by Daniel into smecontribs.
DokuWiki is a simple to use and highly versatile Open Source wiki software that doesn't require a database. It is loved by users for its clean and readable syntax. The ease of maintenance, backup and integration makes it an administrator's favorite. Built in access controls and authentication connectors make DokuWiki especially useful in the enterprise context and the large number of plugins contributed by its vibrant community allow for a broad range of use cases beyond a traditional wiki.
v9 is now EOL and deprecated
To install normally you would use the following:
yum --enablerepo=smecontribs install smeserver-dokuwiki dokuwiki dokuwiki-plugins
You should not need a reboot.
Any changes should be activated with
There is no panel in the server-manager, you can go to https://sme-ip/dokuwiki and perform a login with users and passwords of your internal ldap.
A few DB properties are available to control DokuWiki configuration:
- AliasOnPrimary (enabled|disabled). Default is enabled. If disabled, the alias /dokuwiki will not be added in your main vhost in apache. This is only usefull if you want to create a dedicated vhost for DokuWiki
- Authentication: can be either ldap, which is the default. With this setting, all the accounts on your SME Server will be used. Group membership is available to handle ACL. The admin user has full access to all option. Other valid values are internal, which will use the internal account in DokuWIki (you have to manually create accounts, or enable user registration in the configuration). The last value is 'LemonLDAP' which can be used to protect DokuWiki with [LemonLDAP-NG]. In this case, LemonLDAP::NG will handle authentication only, user information and group membership is looked up in LDAP, and authroization is handled by the DokuWiki ACL
- access (public|private). Default is private, which means the wiki is only available from the internal networks (and IP allowed to access the server-manager). If set to public, the wiki will be available from anywhere
- status (enabled|disabled). If set to disabled, the wiki won't be available anymore
Backup and restore
You should backup /etc/dokuwiki and /var/lib/dokuwiki (which store configuration and data respectivly)
yum remove smeserver-dokuwiki dokuwiki-plugins dokuwiki signal-event post-upgrade; signal-event reboot
Please use the relevant section to create a bug
smeserver-dokuwiki is listed in the bugtracker contribs section.
|ID||Product||Version||Status||Summary (3 tasks) ⇒|
|12043||SME Contribs||10.0||RESOLVED||update to httpd 2.4 syntax (smeserver-dokuwiki)|
|12005||SME Contribs||10.0||RESOLVED||add contrib to backup list|
|10583||SME Contribs||9.2||CONFIRMED||Extension directory is not writable|
dokuwiki is listed in the bugtracker contribs section.
dokuwiki-plugins is listed in the bugtracker contribs section.
|11710||SME Contribs||10.0||CONFIRMED||dokuwiki-plugins change pagemove to move|