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From Dean Gaudet <>
Subject Re: Pocket-sized Apache server
Date Wed, 16 Jul 1997 08:13:22 GMT
Man that beats my 4 pound thinkpad 560 that I do a lot of apache
development on. 


On Wed, 16 Jul 1997, Rasmus Lerdorf wrote:

> In the category of useless things to do on a Tuesday night, I stuck a
> Toshiba Libretto 50CT on my LAN here at home.  This is a 1.85 pound
> sub-notebook Pentium 75 box.  The current ApacheNT is running on it
> (under Windows95). I can't guarantee it will be up when you read this, but
> you can give it a try at:
> Is this the smallest Apache server on the Net?  It is about the size of a
> Newton, and it fits easily in my pocket.  
> One minor interesting note is that it is actually running off of a shared
> drive from another box on my LAN.  This could just as well have been a CD.
> Yeah so?  Well, think about the people who may want to distribute their
> web site on CD-Rom.  Now they can ship their entire site, SSI, mod_perl,
> mod_php (when I port it) and whatever else they might have that relies on
> things their own Apache server can do.
> -Rasmus

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