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Local Caching Server (LCS)

A Local Caching Server (LCS) allows your computer to act as a dedicated network server, in this case for the Kansas Interactive Testing Engine® (KITE™), which gives students and staff local access to KITE content. By using temporary storage, or a cache, the server is able to access data more quickly while reducing demand on the KITE servers.

You can set up an LCS on a machine running one of three operating systems: Macintosh, Windows, or Linux.

Download the LCS User Manual

System Requirements:

Mac OS Processor RAM Disk Space

10.6.X, 10.7.X, 10.8.X

1 GHz

2 GB

3 GB

Windows OS Processor RAM Disk Space

Vista, XP, 7, and 8

2 GHz

4 GB

3 GB

Linux OS Processor RAM Disk Space

CentOS, Redhat, Fedora,
or Ubuntu

1 GHz

2 GB

4 GB

Downloading the LCS Software

After verifying that your computer can run the LCS software, you need to download the file before installing the server. Make a note of where you save the LCS software so that you can find it when you perform the installation steps in the LCS User Manual.

 

OS 32-bit 64-bit

Macintosh

N/A

Download

Windows

Download

Download

Linux

Download

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