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This guide provides instructions on how to install and configure MediaWiki, both manually, and by easier alternatives. Installing more than one wiki and installing existing wikis are also covered. The appendices provide links to more detailed installation notes for specific system configurations and other less common uses of the software.


Hvis du allerede kører MediaWiki, se Upgrade guide.

Manual installation


MediaWiki is not compatible with PHP 7.3.0 - 7.3.18 og 7.4.0 - 7.4.2 due to an upstream bug. Use PHP 7.3.19+ or 7.4.3+ instead. See task T246594 for more information.

For experienced users, here is the quick version of the installation instructions. Most users (like if you don't know how to install or check for the prerequisite software on your computer) will want to follow the main installation guide.

  1. Check that your system meets the following minimum requirements. (See Installation requirements for more details. Make sure to also check the RELEASE NOTES shipped with MediaWiki for requirements.) You'll need:
    • A database server, that is, one of the following:
    Miniaturebillede kræver yderligere programmer. Parsoid (kræves af VisualEditor) og andre tjenester har deres egne krav.
  2. # Download MediaWiki (direkte link til nyeste version) og udpak den komprimerede fil i en web-tilgængelig mappe på din computer.
  3. Point your browser to the directory where MediaWiki was extracted and follow the link to the setup screen. It should be in the form http://domain/directory/mw-config/index.php. Replace directory with the path to your extracted MediaWiki folder. If installing on a local machine, replace domain with localhost. If you install locally and later want to access your wiki from domain, then you will need to change LocalSettings.php from localhost to domain. If installed on a remote server, replace domain with your server's domain name (e.g.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process.

Disse instruktioner er bevidst kortfattede. Der er mange ting, der kan gå galt, så hvis du er i tvivl, anbefales du at læse den udførlige instruktion!


Alternativer til manuel installation

If your head is swimming from reading the above — or you feel frustrated, stuck, or lost — this section is for you...

You can avoid manual installation by using a pre-integrated MediaWiki software appliance, hosting services with 1-click installation, or wiki farms.

If you are installing for development or testing, consider using MediaWiki-Vagrant, a set of configuration scripts for Vagrant that automate the creation and update of a virtual machine that runs MediaWiki and your choice of extensions and services.

Official docker images are released on Docker Hub.

You can also use community resources based on platforms such as Docker. This is managed by Jenkins and should be kept up-to-date for some time.

These are community based resources and should always be treated with some measure of caution. Use at your own risk.

  Advarsel: Programs provided by webhosts to automatically install applications such as MediaWiki can, and frequently do, mishandle the process, resulting in errors and a failure to install MediaWiki. If you encounter this problem, it does not mean that you cannot install MediaWiki; all it means is that you should install manually following these steps. There are benefits to doing this, including more control over where on the server and file path you want to install it, the ability to use a shared database, or the ability to control more features of the wiki during the installation.

Wiki familier

Main page: Manual:Wiki family

A wiki family is more than one wiki installed on the same computer.

Installing MediaWiki more than once

One approach is to install multiple instances of MediaWiki (such as with a software bundle like the Bitnami MediaWiki Stack) in different directories – one for each wiki. For example, you want an enterprise wiki and a personal wiki, and you want to keep them totally separate.

Multiple wikis with one MediaWiki

You could use a single installation of MediaWiki for multiple wikis, by either:

  1. Using a different database for each wiki.

See $wgDBname .

  1. Using a different database prefix for each wiki.

See $wgDBprefix .

Installing an existing wiki

Some users wish to install MediaWiki with Wikipedia, Wiktionary, or some other wiki loaded. This is useful for reading offline, for conducting experiments, and for mirroring/forking.

The main (but not necessarily the easiest) method for doing this is to install MediaWiki and then import.

See Manual:FAQ#Wiki importing.

(Non-MediaWiki solutions, such as Xowa and Kiwix, can be found at Database download, and are probably the best options).

Start small. It is advisable to try installing a small wiki first, such as the Simple English Wikipedia, as a test run, before loading a big one like the English Wikipedia.


Avanceret brug

Følgende giver instruktion i hvordan MediaWiki installeres og konfigureres til andre mindre almindelige formål.

Avanceret konfiguration

De følgende sider dækker nogle af de mere avancerede konfigurations-muligheder:


  • mediawiki-l is the high-traffic mailing list to ask for support.

System-specifikke instruktioner

De følgende sider giver mere detaljerede installationsanvisninger rettet mod specifikke systemer. Imidlertid er Manual:Installing MediaWiki stort set mere opdateret og bedre skrevet end pr. systemdokumenter, og som sådan anbefales det, at du først konsulterer Manual:Installing MediaWiki , før du ser på et per systeminstallationsdokument.


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