Offline Access to the Labdoo Wiki



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To download a wiki so that it can be accessed offline, you can use openly available tools that allow you to download a World Wide Web site from the Internet to a local directory. One tool that people have successfully used to download the Labdoo Wiki is called HTTrack, which is available for free (under GPL, libre/free software license) from

This type of tools come very handy for instance when you want to include a certain wiki book into a laptop that you are going to bring to a school that may have limited Internet access. If you have any questions on how to use these tools, you can ask around in the Quality Assurance team wall.

HTTrack documentation (overview)
HTTrack how to use (beginners)
HTTrack Manual (experts)

The Labdoo Team has collected and prepared for you these useful offline wikis:

These wikis will be updated and can be downloaded from our FTP server

To download these offline wikis you have use our Labdoo images for cloning (wikis are already part of the images) or you can use the installation script for content.

Continue reading to the next page:
Best Practices

Go back to read the previous page:
Printing a Wiki Book or Exporting it as a PDF