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Aug 27, 2000, 18:09 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Professional Apache covers installation, configuration, customization and virtually anything you'd want to know of the Apache Web server. Focusing on Apache 1.3.x server, it covers a wide variety of topics: Installations from build or source, configuration and tuning to suit your needs, efficient and secure usage of Apache, an SSL encryption walk through and throw coverage pertaining to redirection, performance optimization, virtual hosting, PHP and CGI implementation. Just to name a few."

"Professional Apache aims to take you beyond the realm of on-line documentation. The in-depth, straight to the point approach is something we can all appreciate. It's jam packed with undocumented information and real world experience that everyone can learn from. The easy to understand and read explanations take the chore out of learning and truly make this book a pleasure."

"It begins with a couple of introductory chapters that cover the anatomy of Apache and basic network concepts. Gradually building up from a general overview to a complete and informative plethora of tips, configurations schemes and how-to methods on a wide variety of topics. All in all, Professional Apache is complete and informative. I recommend it."

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