Install mediawiki-mariaDB-php together, ideally create a module, or a group install, so

A- Document Install 1) mediawiki 2)mariaDB 3) the proper version of PHP php
B - Create a module, or a group install, so Mediawiki works immediately “out of the box”, with the default configuration files…

Why? Because like others, I find it very challenging to get this to work on Fedora 34.
Be aware of the bug on older versions of PHP, PHP-fm etc…

Thanks for the attention !

Sounds good to me. +1

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I’m big FAN of container why don’t explain both cases: