Apache Desktop Reference

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Addison-Wesley, 2001 - Computers - 184 pages
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As a Web professional responsible for building and maintaining Web servers, you will want to keep Apache Desktop Reference within easy reach. This compact, handy reference presents concise, easy-to-find information on every aspect of Apache functionality, installation, configuration, and operation. In addition to the reference material, this book includes an introduction to the history and evolution of the Internet, HTTP, the Web, and Apache. It reviews Apache architecture, discusses building the Apache package from the distributed source code, and demonstrates the run-time configuration. You will find indispensable features such as: *A reference to all standard Apache modules *A step-by-step guide to a typical installation process *A reference to all Apache AutoConf-style Interface (APACI) options *Information on the Dynamic Shared Object (DSO) facility *An introduction to Apache configuration files and contexts *A reference to all configuration directives provided by both the standard Apache modules and some popular third-party modules *A reference to command-line options and regular Apache startup and restart situations *Information on the Apache Daemon Program and Apache Contro

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About the author (2001)

Ralf S. Engelschall is an active member and developer of the HTTP server project of the Apache Software Foundation. His major contributions to the Apache HTTP server include the URL Rewriting Engine (mod_rewrite), the Apache AutoConf-style Interface (APACI), the Dynamic Shared Object (DSO) facility, and the Apache SSL/TLS Interface to OpenSSL (mod_ssl). He is a computer scientist living in Germany.


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