Re: Debian on Phone as webserver
W dniu 13.12.2018, czw o godzinie 19∶28 +0100, użytkownik arne napisał:
> On Thu, 13 Dec 2018 18:31:16 +0100
> Marek Mosiewicz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I'm just about having static IP for my LTE connection.
> > That brings me to some idea. What about having install Debian on
> > ARM
> > old phone to have it as web server. They have quite modern hardware
> > and this is of course depending on web application, but I suspect
> > that
> > ordinary PHP website could be served quite easily.
> > It can be connected to web as LTE or be bounded to router location
> > via
> > WiFi or USB cable (that is for sure can be done)
> > Battery means that it can monitor easily possible shutdown of
> > system.
> > Are there any experiences with installing Debian on phones ?
> The Gemini phone from Planet Computers runs debian and kali.
> (Also android, lineageOS on its way, and sailfish).
> hope this helps.
In fact there is no need for GUI software as it will bloat RAM. SSH
access is enough. Ok you can have fancy GUI for traffic analytics and
system status monitoring just on your "server".