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The use of the Pi as a computer or computer program that manages access to a centralized resource or service in a network. This topic can cover software, hardware, feasibility, and security.

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I will use a Raspberry PI as a server to run python scripts from an ethernet connected Arduino (to encode short ip camera videos, send notifications through the internet and sync files to dropbox … , for example). Thinking about using Python's 3 http server to run the scripts as CGI, but would like to know what would be the advantages of running Flask, Web.py, Bottle or even Apache instead. I …
asked Feb 27 '14 by Gilson
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I'm using Flask and the http server built into Python 2. Seems more than adequate for my light demand. And I can also run Shairport as daemon, CPU usage is never higher than 80% so far. …
answered Apr 7 '14 by Gilson