Does exists LiveCode Server Portable...

Richard Gaskin ambassador at fourthworld.com
Wed May 14 19:45:09 EDT 2014


Alejandro Tejada wrote:

> Richard Gaskin wrote
>> What do you mean by "portable"?
...
> Then, mchttpd could work as new starting point
> for this shelved project:
>
> http://runtime-revolution.278305.n4.nabble.com/Looking-for-volunteers-to-create-Wikipedia-on-CD-application-td1288518.html

It would be nice to see LC in that, but there are many ways to solve 
that problem.

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.

<http://internet-in-a-box.org/>

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.

-- 
  Richard Gaskin
  Fourth World Systems
  Software Design and Development for the Desktop, Mobile, and the Web
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