CentOS G-WAN Server
CentOS G-WAN server
G-WAN better uses CPU Cores
to make the Internet of Things
fly thousand times higher !
Leverage legacy servers and
low-consumption CPUs to
do more with less!
G-WAN works best on Linux distributions like Debian or CentOS, both of which offer ‘Desktop’ and ‘Server’ flavors.
CentOS G-WAN server installation instructions
CentOS G-WAN installation instructions
choose a location for your installation. for demonstration purposes we’ll install G-WAN to /opt
cd /opt wget http://gwan.com/archives/gwan_linux64-bit.tar.bz2 tar -xjf gwan_linux64-bit.tar.bz2; cd gwan_linux64-bit sudo ./gwan
use the 32bit version instead (http://gwan.com/archives/gwan_linux32-bit.tar.bz2) if you need.
Then, type http://localhost:8080/ in your browser
and play with the/gwan/.../csp samples.
If you want to install more Programming Languages read the FAQ – Setup of Programming Languages
To install all 15 languages using the bash script donated by generous user on many Linux distributions (Debian, LinuxMint, CentOS, Fedora, RedHat, Manjaro, Arch Linux and Bridge) use:
tar -xjf G-WAN_full-install.tar.bz2
The installation menu is available in English, German, French and Spanish!
To start G-WAN as a service (make it start automatically at boot time) use this instructions
with one exception for CentOS in the manual:
sudo update-rc.d gwan defaults 95 5
sudo chkconfig gwan on
and you don’t need to restart.
Stackoverflow lists many more examples and will let you search for replies to common questions.
And that’s it. you have G-WAN server.