Help with installation on my web

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blackyman7
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Help with installation on my web

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Hello,
I like the OpenKM layout and system very much as I tried demo, however, to be honest, I am really not technically competent to install it.
I would like to use it on my web page, if possible?
Is there anybody, who would be able and willing to install OpenKM on my hosting eg. for some reward for you, please?
Is there anybody experienced with that. If so, is there any chance to agreed, I would really appreciate it.
Thank you very much in advance and have a nice day!

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Re: Help with installation on my web

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In the next post, you can find a freelance what have a good knowledge of OpenKM.
viewtopic.php?f=5&t=23156&p=49549&hilit=saul#p49549

I think they will be able to help you.

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Re: Help with installation on my web

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Hello there zackxoxo

Wanted to ask for advice. I have a web server on RHEL5 with just bunch of folders/subfolders and a lot of text documents in them. Some documentations on the systems is around 15 years old. And it is a lot. Most guys in the team know their ways around, but for newcomers it is a nightmare. And documentation fairly sane divided logically, documents regrading to F5 will be in F5 folder with some subfolders in it, e.t.c. So we would want to migrate this stuff to some kind of Document Management System on the file system level with some front end for search indexing, full-text indexing(as most of the files are text, with some console transcripts of troubleshooting steps), with some metadata templates on documents, bookmarks on documents, with preview of documents. Pleas do not advise wiki, we do have wikis as well: confluence and mediawiki. This is mostly for our unix core group technical documentation. And it is a lot of it. If anyone had experience implementing something similar I would appreciate the suggestion. Thanks in advance.

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Re: Help with installation on my web

Post by jllort »

HI zackxoxo

Your question does not have a relation to the main topic. Please add a new post and we'll try to guide you, with OpenKM DMS and other possibilities you might be interested in what are not DMS.

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