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  1. #1
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    How do I get OpenC SIS files?

    Hi,

    I want to run a webserver on my E51, but I don't want to have to register its address on mymobilesite.net because I just want to access the web server on my local LAN via Wifi. So I'm guessing I need to install racoon, but it requires the OpenC plugins installed.

    Where do I download the OpenC SIS files? Nokia's site distributes it as some elaborate looking SDK Windows installer, but I don't run Windows and just need the runtime libraries for my phone. Any pointers?


    Thanks,
    Aragon

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    Re: How do I get OpenC SIS files?

    Isn't the Racoon sis file including the OpenC pakages? I should definitely have them.

    As far as I know the OpenC files are only distributed with the SDK plug-in so you have to take them from it, or ask a friend to give them to you.
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    Re: How do I get OpenC SIS files?

    I eventually managed to extract the Installshield CAB files in the SDK plugin and saved all the sis files. I later found the PAMP version of apache and saw that it came with some of the OpenC libs. Oh well... the ones from the latest SDK are later versions than the ones included in PAMP.

    I have pamp_httpd running on my E51 now. Works great via Wifi, but I might try create my own gateway next.

    Compliments to the chef(s)! Awesome app that'll keep me occupied for a while.

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    Re: How do I get OpenC SIS files?

    Hi

    Quote Originally Posted by acrg View Post
    ...I later found the PAMP version of apache and saw that it came with some of the OpenC libs. Oh well... the ones from the latest SDK are later versions than the ones included in PAMP.
    Yes, the ones included with PAMP are of the OpenC release that was used during development and are not the most recent ones. It is probably safe to use the most recent ones.
    I have pamp_httpd running on my E51 now. Works great via Wifi, but I might try create my own gateway next.
    And for that you'll need the Raccoon connector, which is included as a separate application with PAMP (the whole shebang) and integrated into Raccoon. The httpd server of Raccoon is exactly the same as the httpd server of PAMP.


    Compliments to the chef(s)!
    Thanks

    Johan

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