A new version of Raccoon is now available for download at [url=http://sourceforge.net/projects/raccoon]SourceForge[/url].
[list][*]This version is primarily released for completeness and in order to get a closure. You [b]really should[/b] use either [url=http://mymobilesite.net]MWS[/url] or [url=http://wiki.opensource.nokia.com/projects/PAMP]PAMP[/url].[/list]
Raccoon is the original mobile web server that consists of:
[list][*]A Symbian/S60 port of the Apache httpd web-server.[*]Some concept demos.[*]A connectivity solution that provides a mobile phone with a global domain name and with HTTP access to it from the Internet.[*]A connectivity service where you can sign up in order to get a domain name for your phone.[/list]
[url=http://mymobilesite.net]MWS[/url] is a productization of Raccoon and it provides the feature list above in a much more consumer oriented package.
From version 1.3 onwards, [I]MWS[/I] uses exactly the same (apart from a different set of Platform Security capabilities) port of Apache httpd as is open sourced in the context of [I]Raccoon[/I] and [I]PAMP[/I]. Furthermore, the Apache httpd used by MWS is packaged so that it can replaced, e.g. with a version you have compiled yourself.
Thus, there really is no reason to use Raccoon anymore:
[list][*]If you are primarily interested in playing with the mobile web server concept and/or developing using Python, use [url=http://mymobilesite.net]MWS[/url].[*]If you want to be at the bleading edge and run the complete [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LAMP_(software_bundle)]AMP[/url] stack on a mobile phone, use [url=http://wiki.opensource.nokia.com/projects/PAMP]PAMP[/url]. With a bit of tweaking you can even use [I]PAMP[/I] as a part of [I]MWS[/I].[/list]