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Started by akeelow, Sep 05, 2022, 12:01 AM

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akeelowTopic starter

Good day, help me figure out how to make a temporary server out of a laptop, there is a certain website in it for hosting a site and an online game, and I need to "pull" this site so that some people can register there, how to do this?
It's  for myself, well, and for some people, to test, there is a virtual, let's say, there is a MySQL query browser, I just don't understand how to pull this site template) on what there is.


As far as I understand, you are not going to provide web hosting services. That is, it will be called creating a web server
Order the 'permanent IP' service from your provider. It is better to install a server-based OS on your computer, but you can also install it on a regular OS.
Install a web server (i.e. the Apache program itself, IIS, ..)
If necessary, register a domain name and enter your IP there. Otherwise, access is carried out by IP.


In the documentation of products such as Denwer, VertrigoServ usually write that they are not intended for hosting on the Internet.
They simulate a web server on a local computer for the developer. The default settings there are such that when you go online, you will encounter security problems. If you know how to configure the product properly, then in a good hour. But why ? When the installation of standard software requires a minimum of settings after itself.
"Pulling a website template" is a completely different question, unrelated to web hosting.


I myself have an ASUS S5200, also the battery died a long time ago, charging is also not native for a long time, but it came from some HP. Memory is really very rare, 256 MB is sewn in, you can add a bar for 256-512 MB, we found such through some guy from abroad (private owner, sold his own used ones).
In general, this is not even a laptop, but an ultrabook, to be precise, on the Intel Centrino platform. But at one time I had to give up using the Internet, since the built-in Wi-Fi was covered, and 4G modems and Wi-Fi working via USB were difficult to use, since they consume a lot of RAM, about 300 MB constantly, all this was created much later and focusing on machines with at least 2 GB of RAM at least.

On Ali, I once saw a memory for him. mine is lying around somewhere idle until now, it needs to be sold. yes, it is miniature, even before the creation of the term ultrabook was produced.
I used it then with universal charging, in a closed form on a shelf upside down. there was a 5v out socket on the side, I don't know why, I put a small fan there to cool it at least somehow.