KBPublisher

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Saw this post over on Download Squad about an open-source knowledge base tool and thought, “wow, that would be an interesting tool for a small business or home business”.

I think KBPublisher could have quite a few uses in that realm, don’t you?

  • Unlimited Categories
  • Glossary Terms
  • Powerful WYSIWYG
  • Instant Response
  • Searching
  • Add attachments
  • Five different admin role
  • Protect categories
  • Commenting / Rating / Send to friend
  • Users can ask questions
  • Related Articles
  • RSS
  • Heck I’d recommend it for use in our office but I don’t think we have anything with mySQL on it right now. Too much SQL Server stuff for that! 🙂

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    4 Responses

    1. Kevin Devin
      | Reply

      WOW! That does sound like a cool package! Might have to check that one out. I’m currently using a wiki for a KB… this sounds like a much better fit.

      Nice find!

    2. Vijay
      | Reply

      I downloaded and installed kbpublisher…but all it shows me is a blank page.

      Anyone can tell me what needs to be fixed.

      I’m running PHP 5 / mySQL 4

    3. Mike McBride
      | Reply

      Vijay, I’ve not run into that so I don’t know but I can suggest you take a look at the support forums they have and ask your question over there:

      http://sourceforge.net/forum/?group_id=144153

    4. Anonymous
      | Reply

      I had the same problem and installation of mysql extension for PHP helped. This extension isn’t default during PHP install and you must turn it on manually.

      Radek.

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