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Custom-startup-script-for-Debian Page Debian squeeze comes with Virtuoso version 6.1.2, which does not meet the OntoWiki requirements fully. Debian testing/wheezy comes with version 6.1.4, which is sufficient. If you want to install everything from the Debian repositories, and still use your own locally compiled version of Virtuoso, this tip can be of great...
Deployment-Recommendations Page Operating System Ubuntu and Debian (latest release), any other Linux distributions should be fine too. (If you have tried a setup on other Linux distributions or even other Operating systems, reports about special issues would be interesting for us too. Please report them at our mailing list: ontowiki-user@googlegroups.com.)
Getting-Started-Users Page This guide is intended to provide support for first time OntoWiki users. It assumes that you have a working installation. For a longer and more visual introduction, watch our webinar. First Login If you start with a new ontowiki installation, you have only one pre-configured account, the...
Install-Ontowiki Page Installation General Tips For Windows user we suggest to install via the archive. The latest development version can be installed only from the repository. Installation via Archive If you want the latest official and most stable release of OntoWiki Download the archive from...
Install-on-IIS Page OntoWiki on Microsoft IIS 7 OntoWiki was built for Apache thus it requires additional setup in order to work with Microsoft’s webserver. The following instructions assume you already have PHP installed with IIS. If not install PHP here or read this to install manually.
Installation-Guide-Mac-OSX Page This page explains the necessary steps to use OntoWiki with OpenLink Virtuoso. Especially, it covers the following topics: Install Virtuoso Download and install OntoWiki Configure OntoWiki to use Virtuoso Overview This is the basic procedure. For details see below. download and install homebrew run...
OntoWiki-behind-a-reverseProxy-(with-SSL) Page Preface This page explains the necessary steps to use OntoWiki behind a reverseProxy (with ssl) - e.g. if OntoWiki is deployed as a docker-container install OntoWiki as described here install your favorite webserver (apache2/nginx) add config of your reverseProxy Configuration nginx ...
Setup-on-NGINX Page Sometimes you don’t want to run a heavy web server like Apache but want to use a light program like nginx. Thins page will eventually give you a step by step guide to setup OntoWiki on nginx. Configuration File The following configuration should usually be placed (at least on...
Ubuntu-Quick-Install-Guide Page Ubuntu Quick Install Guide Installing everything you need: sudo apt-get install git apache2 php5 php5-odbc cd /var/www/html sudo git clone https://github.com/AKSW/OntoWiki.git Install the newest stable Virtuoso-Opensource Version and use the guide from here and look at Building Virtuoso from Source Setting up ODBC: You...
VirtuosoBackend Page This page explains the necessary steps to use OntoWiki with OpenLink Virtuoso. Especially, it covers the following topics: Install Virtuoso Configure OntoWiki to use Virtuoso Other Virtuoso backend specific details Overview This is the basic procedure. For details see below. Check out the OntoWiki source...
Setting in php.ini Page You should set up your PHP environment with the following settings in php.ini: max_execution_time = 120 memory_limit = 128M upload_max_filesize = 16M ; depending on the size of knowledge bases you plan to use post_max_size = 16M short_open_tag = Off; if you have this...