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Application developers that create web-based apps prefer to create their apps from offline servers and also do the testing offline before deploying it to live server. To create an offline development platform, there is a need to have a web server, a database, and a programming language to use. To this effect, most developers prefer to use WAMP which contains distributions of Apache, MySQL, and PHP. This application takes the WAMP development platform to another level by making it a portable executable. This makes it easy to deploy the WAMP platform on any computer without the need of passing through an extensive installation and configuration procedure.
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The manual says: "A complete WOS installation with an empty MediaWiki takes about 55Mb." On the download site however, when I check Apache2_SE, MySQL5_SE, PHP5_SE + MediaWiki 1.12.0 it says, that it will be 87.17 MB (extracted). It is quite a big difference for me, because I want to put it on 128MB stick. Q1: Which of the mentioned sizes is more close to truth. Q2: Can anybody give a hint, how many pages of wiki-text could be saved on the remaining cca. 30 MBs? --18.104.22.168 09:42, 18 August 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Hi, guys! I've tried the Uniform Server installation too but both have old versions of MediaWiki, which are not supported any more (Uniform 3.5 (provided as a download link in this wiki) has also an extremely outdated MySQL (something that's at least not a problem in MoWeS). Can someone please update the info in the wiki. A simple Copy-Paste of the mediawiki-1.19.0 archive onto the mediawiki-folder, installed with the MoWeS simply doesn't work. Is it even possible to installe MediaWiki not as a package (PCK-file) from MoWeS?
Step 1 of this guide (the MoWeS mixer site) no longer exists. And so, I don't know what I have to do to get MoWeS running; simply unzipping it and running mowes.exe doesn't work because it complains that Apache and MySQL aren't installed (specifically, I get the error message "The file [...]\mowes_portable\apache2/conf/httpd.conf does not exist. MoWeS cannot run correctly without this file."
I prefer MoWeS (Modular Webserver System). You can use MoWeS Mixer to download and choose from a whole list of application packages that will automatically install. Easy does it! Next to this you can download and install external packages: -new-packages/
Perfect. I was looking for a portable test environment (for php/mysql mainly), but had some problems with XAMPP and other portable packages... But this, had it up and running immediately and it has just a great interface. I agree with Meter above, and besides the safety, this has just a much better and (user-)friendlier configuration panel than any package I tried before Uniform Server. Highly recommended.
At this time, there is a development release of Moodle 2.0 in the Downloads area, so please download it and have a play. If you find anything that does not work, please enter it as an item in Moodle Tracker and ask a question in either the General or Windows forums.
There is no special coding inside Moodle that specifically connects it to XAMPP so there is no reason to think you cannot, just not in the XAMPP environment. Once set up, try to upload the Moodle files to a web site, they should upload without difficulty. The problem is going to be accessing the PHP and mySQL files to make it work and you could probably get away with this if you reuse the existing config.php file on your production site and the one on your XAMPP install. If you already have a working production site, then all you may want to do is to upgrade it to a newer version, and you can do that in any number of other ways. What you can also do is to download and unzip a Standard Moodle, then replace the existing files with updated files. While this may be a little messier than using CVS updates, it should still work. Whatever you try, or whenever you do anything like this, you need a long conversation with your host service. They may not appreciate you trying something like this without their help or knowledge.
Remember, there are two different Xampp packages, the one you get when you download from Moodle.org that has Moodle init, aka XamppLite, and afull package directly from Apache Friends. In an XAMPP package installed from Apachefriends.org, Moodle should be installed in the htdocs folder along with a folder called XAMPP. Edit the htdocs/index.htm file so that both a HTML link to the XAMPP and Moodle sites are shown.
It is best not to try actually. There are a number of "Webservers On a Stick", WOS, available, Server2Go, MoWeS to name just two these are more appropriate for a portable Moodle. Download and instal a WOS that has as native, Apache, PHP and MySQL, or a similar configuration, then install Moodle to the Document Root in the WOS. You could also have a look at Poodle (portable Moodle) developed by MAF Learning Technologies for use in isolated and remote areas 
One issue that is not always clear, is that of accessing your database. You may have gotten used to using the phpMyAdmin plugin to look inside your database and find yourself somewhat at a loss to realise that your new server model Moodle does not include that as a standard Module. Download it from the link above and unzip it to the Moodle/admin folder. Go to the Administration > Server > Database page and phpMyAdmin will automatically install. Alternatively, if you want to, you can download a full version of phpMyAdmin and unzip it to its own folder. As long as you have the password and Root user name correct, phpMyAdmin can act as an additional supervisory tool for accessing any and all SQL databases you use in you web site.
Blender Portable is a portable version of the Blender 3D rendering program. It works with the PortableApps.com platform. The portable version includes all the features of the regular version of Blender.
Portable Audacity is portable audio editing software for Mac OS X. Audacity has tons of features, including the ability to record live audio, edit (including the ability to edit and mix an unlimited number of tracks), add effects to audio files, and work with a variety of different file formats.
Portable Inkscape is a portable vector graphics editing program. Inkskape has features similar to other vector graphics programs, including Illustrator, CorelDraw, and Xara X. It saves graphics in SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) format.
FastStone Capture is a portable screen capture utility. You can capture anything on your screen: windows, full screen, rectangular regions, objecs, freehand regions, and even scrolling windows (a big plus over many other screen-capture programs, portable or not).
Fotografix is a portable graphics program that lets you both edit and create images. There are brush tools, support for custom brushes, layer and channel support (including adjustment layers and masking), and a variety of other tools included.
VLC Media Player Portable is a portable media player for using audio and video files. It will play MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DivX, WMV, MP3, and a host of other file formats. And, in addition to playing your various media files, it can also act as a media server to stream in unicast or multicast in IPv4 or IPv6.
Winamp Lite is the portable version of Winamp MP3 player software. Skins and plugins are also portable, making this another great solution for listening to MP3s on the go. Portable setup is a bit involved but not particularly complicated.
7-Zip Portable is a PortableApps.com program that lets you compress and uncompress a variety of archived file types, including 7z, ZIP, GZIP, BZIP2, TAR, and RAR files. It also supports creating encrypted 7z and ZIP archives and includes a powerful file manager. There are localizations for 63 languages available with the portable edition.
ToDoList is a portable project management and task list manager. It lets you subdivide tasks an unlimited number of times to make them more manageable. And it saves your task lists in XML format so that you can format them with stylesheets.
The Portable Freeware Collection offers Foxit Reader V3.0. Use Foxit to open and read PDF documents on the go. Just be aware that according to the comments on the download page, it can be difficult to install and configure.
Pidgin Portable is the portable version of the Pidgin instant messaging client (formerly Gaim). It supports AOL, MSN, ICQ, Jabber, and Yahoo IM. You can add encryption plugins to it to enable secure messaging.
Trillian Anywhere lets you use the Trillian IM client from a USB drive or disk. It lets you take your contact list and preferences with you wherever you go and use a full-featured but portable version of Trillian from any computer with an internet connection. 2b1af7f3a8