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  1. Raspberry Pi web server

    I have a web site at Raspberry Web Server. It's running headless, and I'm using Apache. I'm using a CMS that I wrote myself. It's written in Python, and I've written some fairly advanced features like page caching and SEO friendly meta data. I'm only halfway through writing the back end. I've written pages that I can use to adjust site settings and add new pages. I need to write a few more scripts to do user management and manage all the pages in the site. I've set up an old PC as a load balancer, and I've just ordered three more Pies. Soon I'll be running my site on a small cluster .
  2. Hi Fellow Fruity Tinkers, Looking at setting up a webserver with RP and perhaps interface with my favourite Arduino, at the same time have another RP running XBMC playing my fav music. Let's do it! Cheers from downunder!
  3. Hello, I got my first Pi a few months ago and I've set up a blog about my experiments with it at http://webpi.tumblr.com. I'm going to be blogging about networking, scripting and web design. I've also set up a web server on a Raspberry Pi which you can check out at http://myraspberrypi.no-ip.biz/.

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