|author||Gustav Eek <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2019-10-04 10:33:06 +0200|
|committer||Gustav Eek <email@example.com>||2019-10-04 10:36:45 +0200|
[create-a-wiki] Early stab on updated lab wiki creation guide
The article *create-a-wiki/create-a-wiki.mdwn* describes an outdated configuration of a fresh Ikiwiki install for laboratory purposes. This added page *create-a-wiki/lab-wiki.mdwn* is a stab on updating that configuration and guide. The update is not finished yet.
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+title: Create a fresh laboratory Ikiwiki install
+*DRAFT! The article [Create a wiki](create-a-wiki) describes an
+outdated configuration of a fresh Ikiwiki install for laboratory
+purposes. This page is a stab on updating that configuration and
+guide. The update is not finished yet.*
+This guide has the history in attempts of the authors to understand
+how Ikiwiki is setup in order to write
+the [Create a Fripost wiki preview](/create-a-wiki-preview). The case
+is useful for those that want to create an fresh Ikiwiki install for
+other purposes, taking Fripost's as a starting point or for those that
+need a safe sandbox lab environment to really hack away.
+A setup according to [creation of a preview](/create-a-wiki-preview)
+presumed for preparation of all components.
+What we have in mind is to access the wiki, call it Lab wiki, through
+*http://wiki.lab.localhost` for web editing and
+`~/lab-wiki/wiki-slave` for local offline editing.
+It should be noted that what is described here probably is a perfectly
+_unsafe_ usage of a web server. Make sure that the computer does not
+except requests from Internet.