Bitnami DokuWiki Module
Bitnami DokuWiki Module is a free software project, a module for Bitnami’s LAMP, WAMP and MAMP stacks that can, specially designed for the DokuWiki application. It automates the setup of the DokuWiki application on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X platforms, but without installing its runtime dependencies..
What is DokuWiki?
DokuWiki is an open source, platform-independent, simple, free, easy-to-use and standards-compliant Wiki software that has been optimized for creating documentation targeted at workgroups, small companies and developer teams.
Installing Bitnami DokuWiki Module
The Bitnami DokuWiki Module product reviewed here is distributed as native installers for all GNU/Linux distributions, built using the BitRock InstallBuilder tool and designed to support the 64-bit (recommended) and 32-bit instruction set architectures.
To install the DokuWiki application on top of your Bitnami LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) Stack, you will have to download the package that corresponds to your computer’s hardware architecture, run it and follow the on-screen instructions.
Run DokuWiki in the cloud or virtualize it
Thanks to Bitnami, users are now able to run their own DokuWiki stack servers in the cloud with their cloud hosting platform or by using a pre-built cloud image for the Amazon EC2 and Windows Azure cloud hosting providers.
In addition, you can use the DokuWiki application and its runtime dependencies on the Oracle VirtualBox and VMware ESX, ESXi virtualization software. Bitnami’s virtual appliance is based on the latest stable release of the world’s most popular free operating system, Ubuntu Linux.
The Bitnami DokuWiki Stack and Docker container
Besides the DokuWiki module for Bitnami’s LAMP, WAMP and MAMP stacks, you can also download Bitnami DokuWiki Stack, which greatly simplifies the installation and hosting of the DokuWiki application, as well as of its runtime dependencies, on desktop computers and laptops. A DokuWiki Docker container will also be available for download on the project’s homepage.