Linux.com: Getting Started with ApacheNov 14, 1999, 17:35 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Apache is the web server software currently used by more than 50% of web sites worldwide. This will help you install and configure your own Apache web server."
"The Apache software and source code can be downloaded free of charge from the website, http://www.apache.org/. It also comes standard with most Linux distributions; there's probably a copy of the package you need to install it on the CD or website you got your copy of Linux from. The files that need to be installed are /usr/sbin/httpd, as well as access.conf, httpd.conf, and srm.conf, all of which should probably be in /etc/httpd/conf. In addition, startup and shutdown scripts will probably be put into /etc/init.d for Debian and /etc/rc.d/init.d for Red Hat."
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