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Installing & Configuring Web Servers Using Apache

by Melanie Hoag

About the Book

A comprehensive guide to getting Apache Web servers up and running smoothly on Linux and Windows® platforms

Almost two-thirds of all Internet Web servers are running Apache due to its speed, efficiency, and reliability. As small and midsize companies discover the cost savings made possible by in-house Web hosting, it has become critical for IT professionals and system managers to have a better understanding of the server setup, configuration, and administration tasks. In this comprehensive guide, professional instructor Melanie Hoag walks you through the entire task of installing, configuring, and maintaining an Apache server on Linux as well as Windows NT/2000 platforms. Using a case study throughout the book, she demonstrates how a small company can use Apache to successfully develop and implement these Web servers.

Offering a point-to-point solution-based approach to setting up an in-house Web server, this book provides you with:

  • Step-by-step instructions on how to install Linux or Windows NT/2000 Server and Apache
  • A complete overview of the Apache architecture
  • Strategies for adding your Web content
  • Techniques for analyzing Apache log files
  • A detailed look at Apache add-ons, including MySQL, PHP, and SSL
  • An introduction to some of Apache's newest tools and features, such as WebDAV

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