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 No.144

Have you ever operated a chan?

What does it take, in terms of memory, CPU, bandwidth and disk space to run a chan? Let's suppose it's at wirechan's posting rate.

What software is best? Vichan? Lynxchan?

 No.145

Something like that.
At this posting rate, a raspberry pi would suffice.

 No.148

I've had a test chan (using modified dietchan) for a few days, so maybe I can't talk about disk space, but memory usage was really small (a few MBs) and the CPU usage was close to zero (it's not like it wasn't used, over those few days we racked up around 200 posts).

 No.149

vichan is dogshit and highly over used

 No.155

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i would like to, but i am dumb as fuck, can you guys help me? please? i wanna install lynxchan, but i don't know much about operating websites. what if i want to run it on my old computer in garage? on my personal network? will i get doxxed or something? help pls

 No.156

>>155
if someone can help me too plz, im strugling so hard

 No.157

vichan is overrated but so is anything when it sets the standard especially for clones. Lynxchan looks like ass out of the box and its configuration is not for beginners.

 No.158

>>157
what would you recommend me as a c# newbie retard, who knows basically nothing about php, js or so? thanks



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