English to English dictionary to configure on the http server on linux
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Just to be clear here, you are looking to run a web-based dictionary on your local machine? Is there a particular reason you want it to be web based? If it is local, certainly it would make more sense to just use a dictionary application?
I want to configure a dictionary server in my company
which can be accessed by every one using internet
explorer or any other browser on the Local Area
Network (LAN). Not using internet. If it can be,
then please explain cleary. So that i can configure.