Quoting Niall O Broin (niall at linux.ie):
> X15 was one option in the past but Chromium (its parent) is defunct.
Amusingly enough, the company seems to have transmogrified into
Catalytic Software, a firm specialising in .NET Win32 development and
outsourcing to India. Tough luck on X15. 'Course, if you're determined
to buy a proprietary Web server, there's always Zeus Web Server or
Xitami -- both of which might eventually go the way of X15, of course.
> khttpd is now gone from the kernel, and the tux web server also seems
> to be defunct.
I did some checking on this, and believe it not to be so. It still
works with 2.6 kernels, and is under active development. Check here:
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