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Best Wiki Software Still Using PHP 5.1.4

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Hi,

I have an old Linux web host server that I have been using for several years. The technology behind it is old but I want to stay with it because I was grandfathered in and, in spite of numerous upgrades to the host, my particular cost will not be raised unless I ask for an upgrade to the system, and it's a really really good deal.

So, here is what I'm working with:
PHP 5.1.4
mySQL 4.1.22

I would like to install a wiki software that still uses these technologies.

Can you recommend a good one?

gsw
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Milind Koyande earned 2000 total points
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You can check mediawiki which can work with the configuration you have.

From there site:
"If you are unable to upgrade to PHP5, then you can use the old, unsupported, MediaWiki 1.6.12, which requires PHP version 4.3.0 or later"

URL: http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Installation_requirements

You can find other systems at : http://www.opensource-it.com/open_source_wiki_software
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Thank you for that list. I ended up choosing DokuWiki, which so far is working great.

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I am glad you found what you are looking for :)
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