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6 6  
7 7  There are several ways of installing XWiki:
8 8  
9 -* Use the [[Standalone distribution>>platform:AdminGuide.InstallationStandalone]] which already packages a Servlet Container (Jetty) and a database (HSQL), filled with default wiki pages. This is the recommended option for first time XWiki users and for users who wish to quickly try out XWiki.
10 -* Use the [[WAR distribution>>platform:AdminGuide.InstallationWAR]] and configure both your container and your database to work with it.
11 -* Use the [[.deb package>>platform:AdminGuide.InstallationViaAPT]] to install the last version of XWiki and the dependencies.
12 -* [[Use a non-official installation method>>platform:AdminGuide.Installation#HOtherInstallationMethods]].
9 +* Use the [[Standalone distribution>>Documentation.AdminGuide.InstallationStandalone]] which already packages a Servlet Container (Jetty) and a database (HSQL), filled with default wiki pages. This is the recommended option for first time XWiki users and for users who wish to quickly try out XWiki.
10 +* Use the [[WAR distribution>>Documentation.AdminGuide.InstallationWAR]] and configure both your container and your database to work with it.
11 +* Use the [[.deb package>>Documentation.AdminGuide.InstallationViaAPT]] to install the last version of XWiki and the dependencies.
12 +* [[Use a non-official installation method>>Documentation.AdminGuide.Installation#HOtherInstallationMethods]].
13 13  
14 -If you're upgrading an existing XWiki install check the [[Upgrade instructions page>>platform:AdminGuide.Upgrade]].
14 +If you're upgrading an existing XWiki install check the [[Upgrade instructions page>>Documentation.AdminGuide.Upgrade]].
15 15  
16 16  Pick one of the trails in the outline on the right to get started.
17 17  
18 -Once you've finished the installation check the other topics in the [[Admin Guide>>platform:AdminGuide.WebHome]] for configuring and [[securing>>platform:AdminGuide.Security]] your wiki.
18 +Once you've finished the installation check the other topics in the [[Admin Guide>>Documentation.AdminGuide.WebHome]] for configuring and [[securing>>Documentation.AdminGuide.Security]] your wiki.
19 19  
20 20  {{info}}
21 21  If you want to make a manual installation or need to migrate an existing XWiki installation, check the [[Release Notes>>xwiki:ReleaseNotes.WebHome]].
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28 28  * Java 1.8.0_101 or greater installed for XWiki >= 8.1 (Java 7 or greater for XWiki < 8.1, Java 6 or greater for XWiki versions < 6.0)
29 29  * A Servlet Container supporting Servlet 3.0.1 (Servlet 2.4 for XWiki versions < 7.0)
30 30  * A Database and a JDBC 4 Driver for your database (JDBC 3 was required for XWiki versions < 7.0)
31 -* Enough memory, check the [[Memory section>>platform:AdminGuide.Performances#HMemory]] of the [[Performance Guide>>platform:AdminGuide.Performances]].
31 +* Enough memory, check the [[Memory section>>Documentation.AdminGuide.Performances#HMemory]] of the [[Performance Guide>>Documentation.AdminGuide.Performances]].
32 32  * Check the [[release notes>>xwiki:ReleaseNotes.WebHome]] for the version you're installing to see what browsers and databases are supported for it. You can also check our [[general support strategy>>dev:Community.SupportStrategy]].
33 33  
34 34  = Installation Methods =
35 35  
36 -* [[Using a standalone distribution >>platform:AdminGuide.InstallationStandalone]]: Provides a built-in XWiki, with a portable database and a lightweight Java container. This standalone distribution is not recommended in a production environment. If you need to use it in a production basis, you may look at the other options.
37 -* [[Using .war package (usable for production)>>platform:AdminGuide.InstallationWAR]]: Provides a Java application package that has to be installed in a Java container (such as Tomcat). This can be used on almost any operating system.
38 -* [[Using .deb package (usable for production)>>platform:AdminGuide.InstallationViaAPT]]: Provides a .deb package that can be used on a Debian-based operating system. It can be installed with ##dpkg## or ##apt##; installation is thus automated.
36 +* [[Using a standalone distribution >>Documentation.AdminGuide.InstallationStandalone]]: Provides a built-in XWiki, with a portable database and a lightweight Java container. This standalone distribution is not recommended in a production environment. If you need to use it in a production basis, you may look at the other options.
37 +* [[Using .war package (usable for production)>>Documentation.AdminGuide.InstallationWAR]]: Provides a Java application package that has to be installed in a Java container (such as Tomcat). This can be used on almost any operating system.
38 +* [[Using .deb package (usable for production)>>Documentation.AdminGuide.InstallationViaAPT]]: Provides a .deb package that can be used on a Debian-based operating system. It can be installed with ##dpkg## or ##apt##; installation is thus automated.
39 39  * [[Using an official XWiki Docker image>>https://hub.docker.com/_/xwiki/]]: Provides an easy solution to test XWiki, with a configuration very close to a production setup.
40 40  
41 41  = Other Installation Methods =
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113 113  
114 114  Several options:
115 115  
116 -* Set up a local Extension Repository, either as a Maven Repository or using the [[Extension Repository Application>>extensions:Extension.Repository Application]]. Of course you'll need to [[prefill it with all the extensions you'll wish to install when offline>>platform:AdminGuide.FillLocalMavenRepository]], which isn't something easy to do.
117 -* [[Install the Standalone Distribution>>platform:AdminGuide.InstallationStandalone]] which contains a default set of wiki pages.
118 -* Do not use the Distribution Wizard and [[import default wiki pages using the XAR Import feature>>platform:AdminGuide.InstallationConcludingSteps]].
116 +* Set up a local Extension Repository, either as a Maven Repository or using the [[Extension Repository Application>>extensions:Extension.Repository Application]]. Of course you'll need to [[prefill it with all the extensions you'll wish to install when offline>>Documentation.AdminGuide.FillLocalMavenRepository]], which isn't something easy to do.
117 +* [[Install the Standalone Distribution>>Documentation.AdminGuide.InstallationStandalone]] which contains a default set of wiki pages.
118 +* Do not use the Distribution Wizard and [[import default wiki pages using the XAR Import feature>>Documentation.AdminGuide.InstallationConcludingSteps]].
119 119  * Use the [[Offline Packager Maven plugin>>https://github.com/xwiki-contrib/maven-plugin-offline-xwiki-repository-packager]].
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121 121  == Getting an error about SSL certificate ==
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