This cross-platform stack from BitNami provides an easy-to-install distribution of the Tiki Wiki CMS software
Bitnami Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Stack is a free, cross-platform, easy-to-install and easy-to-use software project that helps you with the deployment of the Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware software. It includes preconfigured and ready-to-run versions of the Apache web server, MySQL database server, PHP server-side scripting language and phpMyAdmin database administrative interface.
What is Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware
Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware is an open source, free, full-featured, multilingual and platform-independent content management system (CMS) and Wiki platform that runs on top of a web server and includes tools for building robust collaboration and project management, e-learning, blog publishing and knowledge base websites.
Installing Bitnami Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Stack
To install the Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware web-based application using Bitnami’s native installers built using the BitRock InstallBuilder tool, you will have to download the package that corresponds to your computer’s hardware architecture (32-bit or 64-bit) and operating system (GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows or Mac OS X), run it and follow the on-screen instructions.
Run Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware on the cloud
Besides installing Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware on a personal computer, you can also deploy it on the cloud using the pre-built images offered by Bitnami for the Amazon EC2 and Windows Azure cloud hosting services. Furthermore, Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware can be virtualized, using the Ubuntu-based virtual machine images for the VMware ESX, ESXi and Oracle VirtualBox.
The Bitnami Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Module
Besides the Bitnami Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Stack product reviewed here, Bitnami also offers a module, which will help anyone to deploy the Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware app on an existing Bitnami LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) server, without having to deal with its dependencies. The Bitnami Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Module is available for download separately on Softpedia, free of charge, designed for all mainstream operating systems.