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Installation Notes for Mac OSX Install (v 10.2.6)


To implement a closed TWiki using SSL and basic authentication in such a way as to have a "farm" of closed webs, each containing confidential information. The TWiki server will be a Max OSX 10.2.6 server sitting in a DMZ (i.e., exposed to the Internet). A registered user would only have permission to access a main (i.e., public area) web and one or more private webs (e.g., client specific and confidential). Ideally each registered user should only have access to
  • a public page with (at minimum) a link to the private main web requiring log in
  • a private "home" web containing information public to all registered users
  • their own home page which will be public to all registered users (private would be a nice to have)
  • other webs they are granted access to via the groups they belong to
  • those home pages belonging to other users of their web if it is possible to make home pages private

Look and feel must be "modern". Would expect this to mean a CSS UI.

Existing Twiki References that Support These Objectives

These are the relevant links found within TWiki that are Mac OSX related. Click here to see topics mentioning Mac OSX, across all webs, and see Support.MacOSX for some specific issues with TWiki on Mac OSX. In addition, these pages contain specific Max OSX information:

All Mac OSX References

References in Codev:

References in Support

Hardware setup and OS Install

  • TWiki version: TWikiRelease01Feb2003 (code name BeijingRelease): Latest production release.
  • Web server: Apache (the version included with OSX)
  • Server OS: Mac OSX 10.2.6 server edition (i.e., not client edition)
  • Web browser: Mozilla, Safari, Mozilla Firebird for Mac plus Windows Netscape 4.7 and 4.8
  • Client OS: Mac OSX 10.2.x (various) and Windows Win98, XP

-- BobAdams - 19 Jun 2003

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