This article will guide you through the process of getting your wiki up and running. It's assumed that you're using a POSIX-compatible operating system. Otherwise, you're on your own.


  • AUR. You can install mycorrhiza to build it from scratch, or mycorrhiza-bin to use prebuilt binaries from GitHub Releases.

  • Gentoo. Ebuilds are available in BratishkaErik’s repo.

  • Nix. Git repository with package and Home-Manager module (NixOS module WIP). Also, as of 2021-10-14, the package is also in staging channel of Nixpkgs.

  • Docker. You can run Mycorrhiza Wiki in Docker using Dockerfile from the Git repository:

    git clone https://github.com/bouncepaw/mycorrhiza.git && cd mycorrhiza
    docker build -t mycorrhiza .
    docker run -v /path/to/wiki:/wiki -p 8080:1737 mycorrhiza

If your distribution is missing a package for Mycorrhiza Wiki, you're highly encouraged to make one and send it upstream!

Pre-built releases

Download an executable for your system for the latest release and put it into your $PATH (paths like /usr/bin/ or /usr/local/bin/ work the best). You should also rename the file to mycorrhiza.


You can build Mycorrhiza yourself.


You can get all of them from your distribution's repositories:

  • Go 1.17, a programming language Mycorrhiza Wiki is written in

  • Git, a version control system

Getting the source code

Visit the GitHub repository. You can download a .zip archive by clicking Code » Download ZIP or use this command:

git clone https://github.com/bouncepaw/mycorrhiza.git


Run make. You will end up with an executable named mycorrhiza. This is the program you need. Put it in your $PATH.



To start a wiki, run mycorrhiza path/to/your/wiki. The directory for your new wiki will be created automatically, and all relevant Git settings will be set.

Example wiki

There is an example wiki with several simple hyphae. You can clone it and base your wiki from it.

Further reading