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I am looking for a knowledge base for private / one person use. I like the wiki systems, but I don't want a web server running on my local system, also managin a web server and the applications installed on it is some work. Are there any "real software appplications" that look / behave like a wiki? Any other ideas for knowledge base software for personal use?

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Tiddlywiki. A wiki that operates with javascript and is completely client side. – Zoredache Mar 19 '12 at 23:20
Agree @Zoredache. I have had to augment TiddlyWiki with TiddlyDesktop to solve vexing browser challenges. The sense of sheer portability is a bit less, but the net benefits remain indispensible. – Smandoli Jun 12 '14 at 15:42