In the second step we are going to build a single custom TW5 on the RPI and use the output folder as root for the "static" express server.
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TiddlyWiki 5 on the Raspberry Pi
Use the following method to build and host TiddlyWiki 5 node edition on a Raspberry Pi.
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Autostart SFW on startup of the Raspberry pi
With the following startup script we can run the Smallest Federated Wiki automatically on reboot of the RaspberryPi.
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