The NCHT webserver

Mike Slater
 JOURNAL 
 2018 
 North Craven 
 Heritage Trust 

The NCHT website is now hosted on a pocket-size Raspberry Pi 3 computer (running Debian Jessie GNU/Linux and a webserver written at Leeds University). The machine is located in Giggleswick School as was its predecessor. The Pi is a tiny computer somewhat akin to the insides of a smartphone, costing about 50 in total. David Holdsworth has implemented the required software. We are sharing this with the websites for TRAMPS, Settle U3A and The Settle Wheelers cycling club. It also holds items for the Computer Conservation Society software preservation activity based in Settle.

The webserver was originally set up in agreement with Giggleswick School ‘for hosting websites relating to not-for-profit local activities’. The generosity of the school for providing a home for this equipment, both physically and on the internet, is gratefully acknowledged.

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Raspberry Pi 3, about 10cm by 20cm



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Raspberry Pi 3, about 10cm by 20cm