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Red Hat Linux System Administration Handbook by Mark F. Komarinski, Cary Collett

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Chapter 14. Web Serving

Various Web servers and extensions for Linux

How to install and configure Apache-derived Web servers under Linux, as well as popular modules, extensions, and key configuration directives are explained, and some examples of their use are given.

With the phenomenal rise in popularity of the World Wide Web (WWW), everyone wants a Web page, be it a small, personal home page where you can pull out your soapbox or a large corporate Web site where a company can distribute information (everything from press releases to hardware driver updates to troubleshooting guides), market themselves, or sell their products online. Linux has proven itself to be a robust, high-performance Web server on everything from a 386 to a DEC Alpha. Still, ...

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