jefferya at programmerq.net
Sat Feb 2 14:15:17 MST 2008
I believe you can get apache trimmed down a decent amount, but there is
lighttpd. I haven't used it myself, but it was designed to have a small
Andres Gonzalez wrote:
> I am designing an embedded linux application. I want the human
> interface to this app to be a browser so the user can configure the
> application using a browser--like my Linksys wireless router.
> Is there a smaller version of Apache out there that I could use for
> this? I am thinking that I need something like Apache to serve the
> html configuration pages but that is all I really need. I think the
> only thing I really need is to be able to serve regular html (text
> with some graphics).
> I guess I can have Apache running on this app but I think that is a
> bit overkill. Anything smaller??
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