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Is anyone interesed in installing Open Stree Maps on Unbuntu 20.04 through SSH? Please send me a quote.

What I need: - Full OSM tile server install on a fresh install of Ubuntu 20.04 with SSH access - I only need the Canada Map - Locked access by IP or Domain white list - with Leaflet

I just built a GPS shipment tracking system and want to get the map from my own OSM server. I don't know Linux well and need the server built sooner rather than later.

Server: 32GB RAM Ubntu 20.04 500GB SSD drive

Please send me a quote if you can help.

asked 24 Oct '21, 04:19

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edited 24 Oct '21, 04:35


There is a page on our Wiki that lists commercial service providers: https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Commercial_OSM_Software_and_Services - it isn't ranked or sorted in any way, everyone can add themselves to the list, but maybe it's a starting point.

This help system is not suitable for soliciting commercial offers. The goal of this help system is to find (and publicly document) the best solution for a given problem so others can re-use that solution when they encounter the same problem.

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answered 24 Oct '21, 11:35

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