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install:ubuntu [2017-03-12 20:19]
2601:646:8c03:7dd0:b57e:fdfa:e891:913d [Installation] Whats true for Debian is NOT true for Ubuntu. The Apache directories are totally different. Removed because this is very confusing.
install:ubuntu [2017-10-27 10:49]
134.100.101.1 Link to the debian page for install from DEB package
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 +===== Installation =====
  
-===== Custom Installation ===== +These are instructions on how to install a single DokuWiki under Ubuntu 14.04. Other version installations are discussed below. If you want to install a DokuWiki Farm, follow these instructions and then visit the [[:​farms|Farm Page]]. 
-:!: For Ubuntu 16.04 you will want to use libapache2-mod-php7.0 and make sure to install php7.0-xml, php7.0 with apt-get+ 
 +Please note that there is a dokuwiki package in the Ubuntu repositories. If you want to use it, please see the [[install:​debian|Debian install page]] instead. This article describes the installation of DokuWiki from a tarball. (The Ubuntu and Debian packages follow the Debian directory conventions and that is why different steps are needed when using the Ubuntu/​Debian package). 
 + 
 +:!: **For Ubuntu 16.04** you will want to use libapache2-mod-php7.0 and make sure to install php7.0-xml, php7.0 with apt-get 
 + 
 +Upgrading from Ubuntu 14.04 LTS to Ubuntu 16.04 LTS I had to add the following:​ 
 + 
 +  * apt-get install php7.0 
 +  * apt-get install php-mbstring 
 +  * apt-get install php7.0-xml 
 + 
 +This resolved all the issues restoring Dokuwiki back to normal prior to the upgrades.
  
-This is an example for Ubuntu 14.04. 
   - Install Ubuntu Server 14.04 [[http://​askubuntu.com/​questions/​340965/​how-do-i-install-ubuntu-server-step-by-step|Step by step instructions with screenshots]]   - Install Ubuntu Server 14.04 [[http://​askubuntu.com/​questions/​340965/​how-do-i-install-ubuntu-server-step-by-step|Step by step instructions with screenshots]]
   - Update & Upgrade Ubuntu.<​code bash>​sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade</​code>​   - Update & Upgrade Ubuntu.<​code bash>​sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade</​code>​
-  - Install Apache2 and PHP.<​code bash>​sudo apt-get install apache2 libapache2-mod-php5</​code>​+  - Install Apache2 and PHP.<​code bash>​sudo apt-get install apache2 libapache2-mod-php php-xml</​code>​
   - Enable Apache Rewrite module.<​code bash>​sudo a2enmod rewrite</​code>​   - Enable Apache Rewrite module.<​code bash>​sudo a2enmod rewrite</​code>​
   - Download and uncompress the latest stable release.<​code bash>   - Download and uncompress the latest stable release.<​code bash>
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 ===== Additional Installation Information ===== ===== Additional Installation Information =====
 For more information on installing and configuring Dokuwiki on Ubuntu, see [[debian_ubuntu_extras]]. For more information on installing and configuring Dokuwiki on Ubuntu, see [[debian_ubuntu_extras]].
-====== Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin ====== 
-Ubuntu provides a ''​dokuwiki''​ package. 
- 
-The package will install three categories of files: 
-  * immutable files in ''/​usr/​share/​dokuwiki''​ 
-  * configuration files in ''/​etc/​dokuwiki''​ 
-  * data files and plugins in ''/​var/​lib/​dokuwiki''​ 
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-Install it. I used Ubuntu 12.04.5. 
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-<code bash>​sudo apt-get install -y dokuwiki</​code>​ 
- 
-This will prompt you for which webserver to use, Apache 2 or lighttpd. Pick one. 
-It will also prompt you for the admin password. ​ Choose one and enter it. 
- 
-If you're lucky, installation is done, and you can start using DokuWiki at [[http://​localhost/​dokuwiki]]. 
- 
-If not, you will need to make further changes to your webserver configuration. 
-I used Apache 2, and what the package does is add a symlink 
- 
-  /​etc/​apache2/​conf.d/​dokuwiki.conf -> /​etc/​dokuwiki/​apache.conf 
- 
-that maps the [[http://​localhost/​dokuwiki]]* URL space to DokuWiki and grants access only to localhost. 
-I edited the file to provide wider access and also had to edit rewrite rules elsewhere in my Apache configuration that counteracted this. 
- 
-After that, I could log in as admin and edit pages. 
- 
-Note that running [[http://​localhost/​dokuwiki/​install.php]] will report permission errors on directories that don't actually exist. 
- 
-This is harmless - it is just ''​install.php''​ not being smart enough to detect that the directories in question are located elsewhere. ​ You don't actually need to run ''​install.php''​ or fix these things like the text below suggests. 
  
 ====== Apache configuration for running DokuWiki in ~/​public_html ====== ====== Apache configuration for running DokuWiki in ~/​public_html ======
install/ubuntu.txt · Last modified: 2017-12-28 17:55 by Aleksandr