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You can rename the root TWiki directory - twiki - to whatever you like by changing it in the TWiki.cfg configuration file. However, to keep the current installation and future upgrades simple, you should leave the five main subdirectories intact:

Directory: Files: Used for:
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twiki list Start-up info
twiki/bin list Perl scripts
twiki/lib list Configuration file, main library, Perl system modules, Plugins directory
twiki/pub list Public files (eg: images) and FileAttachments and their RCS histories
twiki/data list Individual topics (page content) and their RCS histories
twiki/templates list HTML templates, used by TWiki scripts
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twiki #TWikiFileslist Start-up info
twiki/bin #BinFileslist Perl scripts
twiki/lib #LibFileslist Configuration file, main library, Perl system modules, Plugins directory
twiki/pub #PubFileslist Public files (eg: images) and FileAttachments and their RCS histories
twiki/data #DataFileslist Individual topics (page content) and their RCS histories
twiki/templates #TemplatesFileslist HTML templates, used by TWiki scripts

File Descriptions

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TWiki File System Snapshot

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The following partial directory listings from a Linux installation show typical file permissions and ownership. This is provided for general debugging use only and isn't an exact representation of the current distribution.
  • TIP On an ISP installation... The user and group - twiki twiki - will probably be your domain or login name, eg: yourdomain yourdomain and can't be changed; same for nobody nobody files further down. Also, in the bin directory, scripts might need a .cgi (sometimes .pl) extension.
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The following partial directory listings from a Linux installation show typical file permissions and ownership. This is provided for general debugging use only and isn"t an exact representation of the current distribution.
  • TIP On an ISP installation... The user and group - twiki twiki - will probably be your domain or login name, eg: yourdomain yourdomain and can"t be changed; same for nobody nobody files further down. Also, in the bin directory, scripts might need a .cgi (sometimes .pl) extension.

Directory twiki/bin:

Revision r1.16 - 30 Aug 2004 - 07:14 - PeterThoeny
Revision r1.17 - 02 Mar 2006 - 13:37 - DmitryNPopov?