Hello.

It is not allowed to Use TileServers of OSM. It is OK.

So i would like to make my Own Tileserver.

I am Searching for a Manual. I Found one. But The server http://weait.com/ is not Reachable.

I found another: http://failhack.bplaced.net/wordpress/wordpress/archives/7 (German)

But it is very Complicated.

Isnt there a One Click Installer? Or Other Manuals?

Thank YOu

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asked 16 Oct '12, 12:26

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There is more information in switch2osm

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answered 16 Oct '12, 12:56

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Recently I came across "tilehut" ... maybe it is helpful for some users to find tools to host own tiles.

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Installing a tile server is rather more complex than "one click"; you will have to make a number of decisions while doing so. Having said that, tiledrawer.com is probably the nearest you get to "one click".(this service is not existing anymore)

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answered 16 Oct '12, 17:34

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Unless you're interested in Chinese adverts, tiledrawer.com is probably not for you these days :(

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