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This Evening I Purchased a New Mini PC. Not The Voyo V1, But a Zotac CI323

By Tim

So this evening I bought some cool stuff! To be more precise I picked up a handy new PC. Sure it won’t win any awards, but it should replace my Dell Optiplex 745!

Just over 30 hrs ago I was hooked on a Voyo V1 mini-PC but …

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Further Research Has Me Considering that Chuwi LapBook, 15.6 inch Notebook!

By Tim

An Inexpensive Windows 10 Notebook!No it isn’t a full bore laptop/notebook, (I tend to use those names interchangeably ), but the Chuwi LapBook interests me mainly because of some positive reviews and the fact it has a very g…

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So Has Anyone Else Out There Gotten Their Windows 10 Update Today? On a Monday?

By Tim

A Monday Update?
As I understand it Microsoft generally puts out updates on Tuesdays, and usually not on the first day of the month considering it is a Monday evening.

Yet tonight my Chuwi Hi12 got the latest Windows upda…

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We All Love New Tech, But Seriously, Why the Trickle of Tech on New Products?

We all love new technology. I must admit I lust for all the latest and greatest tech stuff even though my budget keeps me from buying every damned thing on Amazon (and Newegg, etc, etc). But let us face facts here folks, the tech compa…

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Am I the Only Sane Human Who is Absolutely Fed Up With Apple Macbook Crap?

By Tim

Perhaps it is only me, but folks, let us face the reality here, Apple products are directed at a segment of the population that believes in Unicorns, Global “Climate Change” , and thinks, however misguided, that battery power…

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Just Another Chuwi HiBook Test. This Time Testing the Speed of A Debian Server on the microSD Card.

By Tim

Since disk space is a bit limited anyway and the simple fact was I needed to install a newer version of the Virtual Machine software on the tablet I decided to put it onto the microSD card and see what the results would b…

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About The “Old” Tablet Server

Below you will find some details on the original tablet server:


Update: 05/06/2016: I still run a server off a tablet, at a real domain address, which should no longer have any security issues,, the “new Tablet” server is up and running on my Dragon Touch X10 or Asus Z580CA Tablet almost 24 hrs per day.

The actual server hardware:

  • Like the title in the upper left says, this server used to be running on an ASUS HD7 MeMo pad. (Me173X).
  • So we are talking about a plain old 1.2ghz quad-core processor, 1 gb Ram. Not all that fancy and available for about $129 on Amazon.
  • Running Android version 4.2.2

The Web Server Software:

  • The actual web server app is called KSWeb. It includes lighttpd web server, php, Mysql, PHPMyAdmin and FTP software. It is free for 7 days and then costs $2.99, so it is cheap.
  • It is running on port 8080 because you would need to root the device to run on port 80 and I also run a Linux server at home on the default port (80).
  • In order to keep the IP updated constantly I use for free dns services and a little app called Dynamic DNS Update from Ice Cold Apps. That app also keeps the device from sleeping fully. (optional)
  • The actual page here is running on WordPress v4.01 which installed perfectly.
  • This particular site (I have several running for testing) is running the following plug-ins in WordPress (items that are linked have a review with helpful info) :

That is about all there is to it.  To set the entire thing up initially took roughly 30 min. Obviously the editing, tweaking and playing took a lot more time. But if you can install a few apps and put files in the correct folders and do a little port forwarding on your router you can be up and running in no time flat.

For more info on setting up a web server on your Android device you can read this article, which got me started. This short post also has some info from your’s truly on the subject.




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