Re: [Fwd: World's Smallest Operational Web Server ]

Gregory Alan Bolcer (
Thu, 29 Apr 1999 13:45:27 -0700

So true. Lighterweight I believe being the Python-based
Boa kernel. BTW, as long as we're talking about embedded
stuff. Anyone hear of Draper funded, small
Internet connected devices w/o a RTOS or TCP/IP stack.
Their vision:

As the sole provider of embedded
Internet technology that scales from
8-bit microcontrollers to 32-bit
microprocessors, emWare's vision is to
change the way people interact with
the electronic devices they use
everyday, at work and at home -
vending machines, office equipment,
security systems, utility meters,
cellular phones, factory automation
systems, automobiles, and so on.
emWare's technology gives users a
simple, intuitive interface for
interacting with electronic devices, no
matter how far from the device they
are located. In addition, emWare
enables device information to be
distributed to a database, spreadsheet,
or enterprise application for use in
making better business decisions.


> Mark Kuharich wrote:
> >
> > daemon that runs the open-source Apache web server
> Erm, no. it used to, but they switched to a lighter-weight
> server daemon.
> --
> #ken P-)}
> Ken Coar <http://Web.Golux.Com/coar/>
> Apache Software Foundation <>
> "Apache Server for Dummies" <http://Web.Golux.Com/coar/ASFD/>