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Old 06-01-2012, 10:16 AM   #1
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BicBucStriim, HTML server for Calibre libraries

Hello,

version 0.7.0 of BicBucStriim was just published. BicBucStriim is lightweight PHP/JavaScript application that makes a Calibre library accessible for ereaders/touch devices via HTML -- tested with Kindle Keyboard, iPhone, IPad.

BicBucStriim was made for internal use on a low-power NAS, similar to media servers for audio and video. So your Calibre library is always online, even when the PC with Calibre is shut down.

BicBucStriim provides browsing, searching and downloading.

For more info (and pictures) check http://rvolz.github.com/BicBucStriim/

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That looks great. I wonder if my NAS (Buffalo Livestation) supports PHP and sqlite? Only one way to find out...

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Most NAS vendors seem to offer PHP, that's why I used it here. I was told the Buffalo Linkstations would provide PHP5 too. If something is missing you could try to install it via IPKG.
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Most NAS vendors seem to offer PHP, that's why I used it here. I was told the Buffalo Linkstations would provide PHP5 too. If something is missing you could try to install it via IPKG.
Wow. That's a whole world I never knew existed. Thanks.

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