[K12OSN] Methods for documenting systems and procedures

Adam Melancon adammelancon at gmail.com
Tue Jan 4 20:15:51 UTC 2005

text file under /root called changes.txt
when i make a change i put the date/time/change

It works for me, but I don't have a large setup.

On Tue, 04 Jan 2005 15:01:51 -0500, Henry Burroughs
<hburroughs at hhprep.org> wrote:
>  I am trying to get my documenting of systems here at my school up to speed
> with all the hacks and tweaks that I do (not to mention so I can remember it
> all.... =)   ).  I've tried the word processed document for systems, and I
> have found it difficult to keep up-to-date due to having to worry about
> formating, organization, etc.  Not to mention data that is in multiple files
> at once (the same authentication tweak for all systems).  
>  Does anyone use a wiki?  I'm considering dokuwiki to store all my system
> and process documentation.
>  Any recommendations/ how do you do it?  Thanks!
>  Welcome back to the new year!
>  Henry 
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