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By Rich Bowen, Ken Coar

ISBN-10: 0596529945

ISBN-13: 9780596529949

There is lots of documentation on fitting and configuring the Apache internet server, yet the place do you discover aid for the day by day stuff, like including universal modules or fine-tuning your job logging? that is effortless. the hot variation of the Apache Cookbook provides you with up-to-date strategies to the issues you are prone to come upon with the recent types of Apache. Written through individuals of the Apache software program starting place, and punctiliously revised for Apache models 2.0 and 2.2, recipes during this booklet variety from easy projects, such fitting the server on pink Hat Linux or home windows, to extra advanced projects, equivalent to constructing name-based digital hosts or securing and coping with your proxy server. Altogether, you get greater than two hundred timesaving recipes for fixing a challenge or different closing date conundrums, with issues including:Security Aliases, Redirecting, and Rewriting CGI Scripts, the suexec Wrapper, and different dynamic content material options errors dealing with SSL functionality This ebook tackles every thing from newbie difficulties to these confronted through skilled clients. for each challenge addressed within the booklet, you can find a worked-out answer that comes with brief, concentrated items of code you should use instantly. you furthermore mght get reasons of the way and why the code works, so that you can adapt the problem-solving ideas to comparable events. rather than poking round mailing lists, on-line documentation, and different assets, depend upon the Apache Cookbook for speedy suggestions in case you want them. then you definately can spend some time and effort the place it issues such a lot.

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18. 3 server with mod_dav. 0 includes mod_dav as a standard module, so you do not need to download and build it. org/ mod_dav/win32. dll files in the ServerRoot directory; if they aren’t there, check through the Apache directories to locate and copy them to the ServerRoot. 9; these files hook into Expat, which mod_dav will use. conf file includes a ClearModuleList directive and re-adds the other modules. Alternatively, you can insert the LoadModule for mod_dav after the ClearModuleList directive.

Discussion One of the advantages—and disadvantages—of open software is that everyone can build an installation kit. And everyone pretty much chooses options different from everyone else. The Apache source package includes a list of “common” layouts, and most installation kits use one or another of these. 13 Finding Apache’s Files | 25 CHAPTER 2 Adding Common Modules There are a number of extremely popular modules for the Apache Web server that are not included in the basic distribution. Most of these are separate because of licensing or support reasons; some are not distributed by the Apache Software Foundation because of a decision by the Apache developers; and some are integral parts of other projects.

This makes it easier for others to provide assistance if you need help, because the files will be in predictable locations. If you chose to start the Apache server as a service (see Figure 1-4), then you can modify the conditions for it to start, such as the user it should run as or whether it should start automatically, just as you would any other service. Figure 1-10 shows one way to do this; bring up the window by right-clicking on the My Computer icon on the desktop and choose Manage from the pop-up menu.

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