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plugin:file2dw [2019-02-20 19:05]
qky666
plugin:file2dw [2020-06-05 09:35] (current)
Aleksandr
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   * soffice (ex: libreoffice-writer)   * soffice (ex: libreoffice-writer)
  
-If you run the Dokuwiki server on Debian, you can accomplish this requirements following this directions:+If you run the DokuWiki server on Debian, you can accomplish this requirements following this directions:
  
   * Install some packages needed:   * Install some packages needed:
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 You will have to make several changes in //docker-compose-yml// files (at least in one of them). I hope you will find usefull the comments on the file. To prevent errors, you can copy the //docker// folder contents elsewhere in your system, so you don’t lose these changes when you get updates. //docker-compose-yml// files use the files in //docker/dokuwikiapp//, so take care when moving this arround. You will have to make several changes in //docker-compose-yml// files (at least in one of them). I hope you will find usefull the comments on the file. To prevent errors, you can copy the //docker// folder contents elsewhere in your system, so you don’t lose these changes when you get updates. //docker-compose-yml// files use the files in //docker/dokuwikiapp//, so take care when moving this arround.
  
-**Note**: This creates an “empty” Dokuwiki, so you will have to follow the install instructions in https://www.dokuwiki.org/install (from step 4) to make it usable.+**Note**: This creates an “empty” DokuWiki, so you will have to follow the install instructions in [[:install]] (from step 4) to make it usable.
  
 Two “flavours” are provided: Two “flavours” are provided:
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 A //docker-compose.yml// that will create a container with Dokuwiki installed on it and a reverse proxy that allows //https// access to it. A //docker-compose.yml// that will create a container with Dokuwiki installed on it and a reverse proxy that allows //https// access to it.
  
-It uses Let’s Encrypt services (https://letsencrypt.org/so you will have to do a little reserach to know how it works.+It uses [[https://letsencrypt.org/|Let’s Encrypt services]] so you will have to do a little reserach to know how it works.
  
 To run this, execute: To run this, execute:
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 ===== Usage ===== ===== Usage =====
  
-From a Dokuwiki page, click on the "Import file" button in the Page Tools. Select a File and click upload.+From a DokuWiki page, click on the "Import file" button in the Page Tools. Select a File and click upload.
  
 ===== Configuration and Settings ===== ===== Configuration and Settings =====
plugin/file2dw.1550685937.txt.gz · Last modified: 2019-02-20 19:05 by qky666