Does exists LiveCode Server Portable...
capellan2000 at gmail.com
Thu May 15 02:35:24 CEST 2014
Richard Gaskin wrote
> One of the members of my local Linux User Group, Braddock Gaskill, has
> been working on a very nice solution using a wifi hard drive to bring
> the Internet into classrooms in areas where they have no Internet
> infrastructure - Internet In A Box:
> The device includes Wikipedia in 37 languages, a library of 40,000
> e-books, most of the world's open source software and source code,
> hundreds of hours of instructional videos, and world-wide mapping
> down to street level.
> We can deploy a "knowledge hotspot" anywhere in the world - even
> under solar power.
> Once the Linux ARM build of LiveCode is done, it can play a role on
> hardware like that. Most folks want that build for Raspberry Pi, but I
> have my sights on using in on wifi drives and other small devices.
Wonderful project! Many Thanks for posting this link. :D
But the Wikipedia on CD/DVD aim to reach all those students
and Teachers without an Internet connection at home, that
(still today) costs almost US$60 dollars monthly...
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