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User & Date: wyoung 2019-08-22 11:54:33
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Reworked the new introductory material in defcsp.md to be less about the CSP as last-resort and more about being a secondary filter to our other measures. Gave examples to clarify the tensions that prevent a purely server-side solution from being a practical solution. check-in: 1c4df5bf user: wyoung tags: trunk
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"RaspberryPI" -> "Raspberry Pi" check-in: 5182be99 user: wyoung tags: trunk
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Assorted refinements to the new pre- and post-activation advice sections in www/server/index.html: nix passive voice, add a few details, add some links to related docs, etc. Also fixed a CSS indenting problem preventing correct use of

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<h2>No Server Required</h2>

<p>Fossil does not require a central server, but <a
href="whyuseaserver.wiki">a server can be useful</a>.</p>

<p>A Fossil server does not require much memory, CPU, or disk space
and can run comfortably on a generic $5/month virtual host 
or on a small device like a RaspberryPI, or it can co-exist 
on a host running other services without getting in the way.

<p>This article is a quick-reference guide for setting up your own
Fossil server, with links to more detailed instructions specific to
particular systems, should you want extra help.</p>









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<h2>No Server Required</h2>

<p>Fossil does not require a central server, but <a
href="whyuseaserver.wiki">a server can be useful</a>.</p>

<p>A Fossil server does not require much memory, CPU, or disk space
and can run comfortably on a generic $5/month virtual host 
or on a small device like a Raspberry Pi, or it can co-exist 
on a host running other services without getting in the way.

<p>This article is a quick-reference guide for setting up your own
Fossil server, with links to more detailed instructions specific to
particular systems, should you want extra help.</p>