Kwiki allows the administrator of the website to set a privacy level on each page. There are 3 privacy levels:
By default, all pages are public.
You need to turn on the privacy feature. It is not installed by default. To do so simply type this command:
inside your Kwiki installation directory.
You'll also need to modify your web server configuration to make the program admin.cgi protected by an authentication scheme. Here's an example of how you might do it with Apache:
Alias /kwiki/ /home/ingy/kwiki/ <Directory /home/ingy/kwiki/> Order allow,deny Allow from all AllowOverride None Options ExecCGI AddHandler cgi-script .cgi <Files admin.cgi> Require user admin AuthType Basic AuthName Restricted AuthUserFile /home/ingy/kwiki/passwd </Files> </Directory>
You'll also need to set the administrative password. With Apache you can simply do this:
htpasswd -bc passwd admin foo
which will set the admin password to foo.
Enter admin for the username and foo (or whatever password you selected) for the password.
After you've logged in, you should be able to set the privacy level on pages when you edit them.