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dotcomma: Professional Apache [Book Review]

Jun 25, 2000, 13:42 (0 Talkback[s])
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"This is probably the most comprehensive book on Apache that I have ever read. It details everything that any webmaster would ever need, ranging from basic Apache installation to advanced module configuration."

"Obviously the biggest part of the book is the part that talks about running and configuring Apache. The book gives many examples and in-depth explanation on all parts of this aspect."

"If the book had just included this, I would have found it sufficient for almost all purposes. However, Wainwright has chosen to go above and beyond this. This is what distinguishes Professional Apache from the rest: for example, the book also includes directions on how to install and configure PHP, Perl, server-side Java support, etc. In the security section, directions on SSH (secure shell) are also included."

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