I don't know, please add details.

Fedora --Tue, 28 Jun 2005 08:37:34 -0700 reply

On Fedora it is the best way to follow the "generic instructions". Fedora does not provide any needed Packages.

Fedora Zwiki Installs --Sat, 20 Aug 2005 13:22:28 -0700 reply

Fedora "Extras" Include Zope and Plone. If you have Fedora Core 4 installed, edit /etc/yum.repos.d/fedora-extras.repo to contain the line "enabled=1" (no quotes). You can test to see if it worked by typing "yum list zope plone" (no quotes) and it will show you the available zope packages. If they show up as available you can install them "yum -y install plone" (no quotes, installs zope and all other dependencies automatically). I believe at this point you will have ZWiki, I think it's part of the plone rpm.

If I am wrong about that, however, please check /usr/lib/zope/lib/python/Products/ which is where the root stuff is placed, and then check /var/lib/zope/Products/, which is the default instance created.

If there is no Zwiki at either spot (running updatedb for 30 minutes and then "locate zwiki" can help...) you will have to download the tarball from the front page and untar it into /var/lib/zope/Products/. It works out of the gate as far as I can tell, so I've just described a lot of checking and rechecking and typing but very little actual configuration or tweaking.

Any Fedora user who made it this far should have the fedora-extras.repo enabled permanently, there's some brilliant packages in there, and they add more all the time.

Fedora Core 3 --Fri, 26 Aug 2005 13:22:26 -0700 reply

ZWiki is part of the zope package available in the extras repository for Fedora Core 3. <pre> zope.i386 2.8.0-2.fc3 extras Matched from: /usr/lib/zope/lib/python/StructuredText/Zwiki.py /usr/lib/zope/lib/python/StructuredText/Zwiki.pyo /usr/lib/zope/lib/python/StructuredText/Zwiki.pyc </pre>