On 20/4/2004, at 4:54 PM, Phil Tomson wrote:

>
> I'm taking a research-oriented class (Quantum Computing) where all the
> students are supposed to find info and develop new ideas based on this
> research and then share with the rest of the class.  It's the share 
> with
> the rest of the class part that's problematic.  I suggested that we 
> set up
> a wiki - of course nobody knew what that was, but when I explained it 
> the
> prof told me to go and set one up for the class (next time maybe I 
> won't
> be quite so forthcoming).
>
> So the problem is, while I understand how Wikis work and I've used them
> (and I've even set them up for internal use at work) I'm not quite sure
> how I would go about setting one up so that anyone on the internet can
> use it without having root access.
>
> I want to use Instiki since it's so easy to setup, but how do I go 
> about
> setting it up on port 80 without root access so that anyone can get at 
> it?
>

Phil,

   RuWiki is really easy to setup as a CGI script.  You might consider 
that one too.

Chad