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In 2012, Kiwix received a grant from Wikimedia France to build a kiwix-plug, which was deployed to universities in eleven countries known as the Afripedia Project.[12][13] In February 2013 Kiwix won SourceForge's Project of the Month award[14] and an Open Source Award in 2015.[15]


Users first download Kiwix, then download content for offline viewing with Kiwix. Compression saves disk space and bandwidth. All of English-language Wikipedia, with pictures, fits on a large USB stick or external media (87 GB as of December 2021, or 47 GB with no pictures).[14][16]


There is an HTTP server version called kiwix-serve; this allows a computer to host Kiwix content, and make it available to other computers on a network.[17] The other computers see an ordinary website. Kiwix-hotspot is an HTTP server version for plug computers,[14] which is often used to provide a Wi-Fi server.[18]


Besides public domain content, works licensed under a Creative Commons license are available for download as well. For example, offline versions of the Ubuntu wiki containing user documentation for the Ubuntu operating system,[24] ZIM editions of TED conference talks[25] and videos from Crash Course are available in the Kiwix archive as ZIM file formats.[26]


A new archive of the entirety of English Wikipedia for Kiwix, an offline browser for web content, is now available for download to anyone who wants to browse offline or have a local backup of the online encyclopedia.


The archive was noticed by a person on Reddit who shared it in a post. The person included a link to the website for Kiwix, where the 89 GB ZIM file (a format for offline wiki content) is available for download.


Kiwix always worked very well on my 32-bit laptop, Windows XP. Now I try to install Kiwix on a 64-bit laptop, Windows 7 Pro. When I want to download the Spanish, English and Dutch parts the laptop comes to standstill. If I close Kiwix and re-open it, it says I can't open Kiwix because it's still running, but I can't see it!What goes wrong? And even more important, who can help to fix it? Thanks.


Think of it as an offline browser: you download the content of your choice, store it on your phone or computer (or even install it on a private wiki hotspot), and voilà: the look and feel of it is exactly like being on the internet, except that you are not.


You can install the Kiwix Wikivoyage app (smaller Europe only version) from the Play Store. Alternatively, you can use the main Kiwix app, also from the Play Store, and select the Wikivoyage download option. While the Kiwix Wikivoyage specific app was recently updated as of December 2018, the main Kiwix app might be easier to update with new content. Better install when you are on WiFi, as the application is about 600 MB.


In 2012 Kiwix won a grant from Wikimedia France to build kiwix-plug, which was deployed to universities in eleven countries known as the Afripedia Project.[10][11] In February 2013 Kiwix won SourceForge's Project of the Month award[12] and an Open Source Award in 2015.[13]


Users first download Kiwix. Then they download content for offline viewing with Kiwix. Compression saves disk space and bandwidth. All of English-language Wikipedia, with pictures, fits on a large USB stick or external media (82 GB as of march 2021, or 43 GB with no pictures).[12][14]


Kiwix is a light program that will require less space than most software in the Education & Reference section. It's a software frequently downloaded in countries like India, Ethiopia, and Bosnia And Herzegovina.


NOTE: Because kiwix-serve.service use command docker container startkiwix-serve, so that the container kiwix-serve must already been created bythis command, you can check whether the container is created:


Zimit (online version) is a scraper allowing to create ZIM file from any website. As of 2022 the ZIM files it produces are incompatible with kiwix-desktop, because the Web ARChive implementation it uses require ServiceWorkers (only kiwix-android, kiwix-serve).


It accepts two types of inputs: a list of pages or a Wikipedia category. Then Zimbalaka downloads those pages, removes all the clutter such as: sidebars, toolbox, edit links, etc., and provides a cleaned version as a ZIM file for download. It can be opened in Kiwix, etc.


Zimbalaka has multilingual and multi-site support. That is, you can create a ZIM file from pages of any language of the 280+ existing Wikipedias, and also from sites like WikiBooks, Wiktionary, Wikiversity and such. You can even input any custom url like ( ), Zimblaka would add (/wiki/Page_title) to it and download the pages.


Once downloaded to your Pi, create a folder in your home directory called kiwix.Create a folder within that called bin and put all of the files from the ARM downloadinto there. Our file structure on the Pi should look like so far:


Wikipedia aims to provide knowledge to the world and it allows for offline downloads in order to reach the 4 billion people without internet access. The online encyclopedia has made it to outer space, to tiny villages in South America, and to rural classrooms in West Africa.


Beginning in May 2012, the Arabic Wikipedia put up a site notice introducing Kiwix as an offline tool, with links to downloading the Arabic Wikipedia ZIM file (that is, an offline edition of the Arabic Wikipedia.


With the realization that this immense source of free knowledge can soon be taken away, those living in Russia are downloading the entire Russian version of Wikipedia in order to access the content offline if need be.


Downloading the entirety of Wikipedia sure seems like a tall task. However, Kiwix, an organization that runs a free web browser explicitly made for offline reading, has helped make the process fairly easy. The non-profit has already compiled all 1.8 million articles found in the Russian-language version of Wikipedia as a downloadable torrent. (In case you're wondering, yes, Wikipedia's terms allow this.) The file comes in at 29 GB.


Reporting for Slate, writer Annie Rauwerda dove into Kiwix's public stats and found that the number of downloads of the Russian-language Wikipedia have spiked in recent weeks. It's already been downloaded 148,457 times this month so far. As Rauwerda points out, that's more than a 4,000 percent uptick in downloads in March when compared to January of this year.


Russia has yet to ban Wikipedia, but many within the country fear the possibility is very real, as Kiwix's download stats bear out. Putin has already banned social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram. Wikipedia can easily be next. It wouldn't be the first time Russia blocked Wikipedia either. 041b061a72


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