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TWiki is written in Perl 5, uses a number of shell commands, and requires RCS (Revision Control System), a GNU Free Software package. TWiki is developed in a basic Linux/Apache environment. It also works with Microsoft Windows, and should have no problem on any other platform that meets the requirements.
|Resource||Required Server Environment|
|Perl||5.8.0 or higher (5.8.4 or higher is recommended)|
|RCS||5.7 or higher (including GNU diff)|
Optional, TWiki includes a pure Perl implementation of RCS that can be used instead (although it’s slower)
|GNU diff||GNU diff 2.7 or higher is required when not using the all-Perl RcsLite.|
Install on PATH if not included with RCS (check version with diff -v)
Must be the version used by RCS, to avoid problems with binary attachments - RCS may have hard-coded path to diff
|GNU df||Used by the site statistics to record disk usage statistics, optional. The df command is pre-installed on Linux and OS-X. On Windows install the CoreUtils for Windows.|
|GNU patch||For upgrades only: GNU patch is required when using the TWiki:Codev.UpgradeTWiki script|
|GNU fgrep, egrep||Modify command line parameters in configure if you use non-GNU grep programs|
|zip||Zip archive command line utility. Used by the BackupRestorePlugin to create and restore from backups.|
|Cron/scheduler||• Unix: cron|
• Windows: cron equivalents
|Web server||Apache is well supported; see TWiki documentation for other servers|
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