I am building a web-app and on my server, I need to execute some xcode-command-line-tools, so basically I come up with this architecture :

Frontend(React) --> NodeJS(Ubuntu) --> MacStadium(DedicatedHostedServer) --> NodeJS(Ubuntu) --> Frontend(React) 

So in my dedicated MacStadium I was doing the small Xcode stuff and return it to my node server. Since MacStadium is very expensive and I don't profit from the website I was wondering if it is possible to use an old iMac I have together with my home connection and macOSServer APP to host my API and replace the MacStadium. If Yes do you have any resources that explain it?

Thanks in advance

  • Are you really sure you specifically need Xcode command line tools and cannot use similar Linux tools or even existing NPM packages? – Michael Hampton Dec 27 '20 at 18:17
  • think so cause i need to change the icon folders of MacOSX which apparently is impossible to replicate on other machine – Giovanni Cassanelli Dec 28 '20 at 9:35

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