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Blueprint for LiveCD
A Live CD (probably based on Ubuntu) that can be used to demo and deploy a Sahana Eden instance.
The same CD can be used to build Virtual Machines.
We want 4 different builds:
Designed to run headless as a simple server to be accessed by host's Web browser & perhaps 1-2 other users on a small LAN
bzr checkout --lightweight -r 2717 lp:~mdipierro/web2py/devel web2py cd web2py/applications bzr checkout --lightweight -r XXX lp:~sahana-eden eden
Run with password & NIC bound to real IP (need to work out how to find this out):
python web2py.py -a <password> -i x.x.x.x
Need a way to keep the system updated easily (web2page?):
cd web2py bzr up -r <revision> cd applications/eden bzr up -r <revision>
Designed to be run in an office of up to 50 users with poor quality Internet...would be a dedicated machine if a lot of users.
- MySQL or PostgreSQL (latter better for being common to GIS)
Useful for the GPS Sharing tool, for instance. Can run on a fairly high-end laptop or a dedicated desktop.
- Download by geographic area
This would replace our existing VM:
Chelsea School are building these for us based on TurnKey Linux