I've just been given a business requirement to install TFS 2010, and a Wiki. Does anyone out there know/have experience in installing a Wiki plugin to TFS? Or is there an inbuilt tool that allows Wiki functionality? Or am I going to have to find a Wiki out there to install stand-alone? We do not have Sharepoint installed.
You hear it in the bushes since quite some time, rumors spread and people whisper about it: A new wiki for the openSUSE project is coming very soon! The openSUSE Wiki team is in the last preparations to launch the new wiki on
Am I the only one that was threatened and forced by LicensePal to get cPanel support from them ? Today received an email from them. Please find it below.
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I am looking for a new wiki software for a small private network. Since all users are very addicted to emacs, it would be nice to make everything "emacs compatible". What wiki software is most suitable for emacs users?
I did a search on the Wiki for something already written on this topic, and nothing came up so I made a Wiki page on how to do it. I'm still kind of a noob at the Wiki editor, so I'm not sure how to include screenshots quite yet, so if anybody else wants to improve on this by adding a few screenshots, feel free.
Mmm very true, I just copied this one from the wiki, to have color output, but I think it wont be possible anymore:https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Co … _all_usersI'll try to understand what is wrong with the one provided in the wiki, because I really prefer having some color.I have restored defaul arch setting ('~/.bashrc' and '/etc/bash.bashrc') and mc is working, th