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Mar 29, 2010, 17:34 (0 Talkback[s])
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"While TiddlyWiki is probably the most popular desktop wiki out there, it's not the only fish in the sea. And if you don't fancy TiddlyWiki's approach to managing content, or you are looking for a desktop wiki that can help you to manage not only your notes but also appointments and contacts, then you might want to try Wiki in a Jar.

"Wiki in a Jar is written in Java, so you have to make sure that the Sun Runtime Environment is installed on your machine before you can run the application. Download the latest release of Wiki in a Jar from the project's page and unpack the downloaded archive. In the terminal, switch to the wiki.in.a.jar/bin directory and run the sh start.sh command. If everything works properly, you should see the following message:

URL: http://localhost:3003/wiki

"Point your browser to http://localhost:3003/wiki, and you should see Wiki in a Jar's interface. The default landing page contains a few useful pointers which can help you to get to grips with Wiki in a Jar."

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