Creating eyeOS Cloud computing server
To know what is cloud computing refer : Cloud computing
What is eyeOS?
eyeOS is the Cloud Computing Operating System. Work online -personally or collaboratively- with your files, office, calendar, contacts and much more. Your data is safe and always available --eyeOS is Free Software!
Why is eyeOS Free Software?
The idea of eyeOS is to create a free, open source (AGPLv3) product easy to install on a web server so you will have your own cloud system under your control. You can also participate in a great community of users and developers, able to create your own apps. Welcome to the eyeOS project.
And what if I just want to use eyeOS now?
If you do not want to install eyeOS in your own server, you can create an account in our free public server and start using eyeOS right now. Just go to eyeos.info and discover the power of eyeOS.
Upload multiple files
Easy visual file management
Download entire folders as Zip
Compress and uncompress Zip/Tar files
Photo viewer and slideshow
Personal Information Management
Calendar with multiple views
Export and Import vCards
Repository based Ports System
Control system for groups and users
Multiple instances of the applications
Support for MS Office and OpenDocument files
Internal Messaging System
Proxied FTP Client
RSS Feeds Reader
Auto-run desired apps
Re: Creating eyeOS Cloud computing server
The motive of eyeOS
eyeOS is all about centering work and entertainment in a single place. eyeOS is about removing compatibility issues between applications and operating systems and taking your life everywhere.
The idea behind eyeOS is not to have an Operating System inside an Operating System, or a browser inside a browser. Instead, eyeOS is another step in the digital life era. The goals for eyeOS include:
* Being able to work from everywhere, regardless of whether or not you are using a full-featured, modern computer, a mobile gadget, or a completely obsolete PC.
* Sharing resources easily between different work centers at company, or working from different places and countries on the same projects.
* Always enjoying the same applications with the same open formats, and forgetting the usual compatibility problems between office suites and traditional operating systems.
* Being able to continue working if you have to leave your local computer or if it just crashes, without loosing data or time: Just log in to your eyeOS from another place and continue working.
Have a look at some screenshot for creating an account on a Public Server and the appearance of eyeOS:
Re: Creating eyeOS Cloud computing server
How To eyeOS :
Log in into your Windows account
Open your browser and go to http://www.appservnetwork.com
Once there, download the latest version available (the one which uses PHP 5.x. You can download it from the front page.
Once the download finishes, double-click the installer and follow the instructions
When you'll be promted what to install, feel free to install all the packages. However, to install eyeOS, you only need Apache and PHP, so you can just install that two packages.
During the install you will have to provide a name for your server and admin e-mail. Note that the server name must be a single word (no spaces).
When the installer finishes, it will ask you what to launch. Mark only Start Apache.
Time to download eyeOS. Open your browser and navigate to http://www.eyeos.org/downloads. Download the latest eyeOS version in it's .zip version (If you decide to download the .tar.gz version it will still work, but you'll need a third party extractor to extract the package).
Uncompress the downloaded package so you will obtain a folder named eyeOS with 4 to 6 files and folders (depending on eyeOS version).
Open the File Explorer and go to YOUR_DRIVE_LETTER:\\AppServ\\www.
Move the eyeOS folder to YOUR_DRIVE_LETTER:\\AppServ\\www. Note that if the extractor has created another folder before the eyeOS folder, you will have to move that last one, the one which contains 4-6 files inside.
Open your browser and navigate to http://localhost/eyeOS/ and fill the required information to finish the installation!
From now, you can access your eyeOS server from http://localhost/eyeOS/ from your local computer, or from http://YOUR_IP/eyeOS/ from your private network or even from Internet (if you have your router configured to redirect the port 80 to your computer.
Download eyeOS :
Download - tar.gz
Download - zip
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