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Kiwix-serve

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'''Kiwix-serve is a ZIM compatible Web server.''' With it's its help you can deliver ZIM file content over your network.</translate>
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One time Once kiwix-serve is started, everybody, who has anyone with access to this computer per over the network, will be able to connect to it. You need to retrieve the IP (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) of your computer and remember the port (per default 80) you have used and then people will only have to type in their browser address bar:
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http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:80/
Kiwix-serve provides a few options:
* --port=PORT to specify the port you want to open for listening (per default 80)
* --index=foobar.idx to specify an a fulltext index directory
* --daemon to execute the software in background
* --attachToProcess=PID to attach kiwix-serve process to other process

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