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Apache Sample Chapters
"Quick HOWTO: Ch20: The Apache Web Server" Quick_HOWTO_:_Ch20_:_The_Apache_Web_Server
Sample chapter: "Quick HOWTO: Ch20: The Apache Web Server," by Peter Harrison. Topics include downloading and installing the Apache package, getting Apache started, configuring DNS for Apache, DHCP and Apache, general configuration steps, configuring multiple sites and IP addresses, using data compression on web pages, Apache running on a server behind a NAT firewall, protecting web page directories with passwords, the /etc/httpd/conf.d directory and troubleshooting Apache.
Sample chapter: "Installation and Configuration," from Apache Security: The Complete Guide to Securing Your Apache Web Server, by Ivan Ristic. Walks you through the installation and set-up of the Apache web server on Linux.
Sample chapter: "Apache the Number One Web Server: from Apache Server 2 Bible, March 2002, by Mohammed J. Kabir. Discusses benefits of Apache, history, and list of Apache features.
Sample chapter: "Web Development Basics," from Mastering Apache Velocity (Java Open Source Library), July 2003, by Jim Cole and Joseph D. Gradecki. Discusses static Web pages, an introduction to CGI, scripting (JSP, ASP, PHP), and future development.
Sample chapter: "Introducing LAMP," from Setting Up LAMP: Getting Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP Working Together, July 2004, by Eric Rosebrock and Eric Filson. Discusses what is LAMP, the Linux operating system, Apache Web server, MySQL database server, PHP scripting language and engine, why select LAMP, and why LAMP is free.

Sample chapter: "Configuring Your Installation," from Beginning PHP5, Apache, and MySQL Web Development (Programmer to Programmer), February 2005, by Elizabeth Naramore, Jason Gerner, Yann Le Scouarnec, Jeremy Stolz, and Michael K. Glass. Discusses a brief intro to PHP, Apache, MySQL and open source, a brief history of open source initiatives, why open source rocks, how the pieces of AMP (Apache, MySQL, PHP) module work together, Apache, PHP, MySQL, AMP installers, Foxserv, PHPTriad, XAMPP, and configuring your Apache installation.
Sample chapter: "What is Tomcat?" from Apache Tomcat Bible, July 2003, by Jon eaves, Warner Godfrey and Rupert Jones. Discusses the Apache Software Foundation, Apache projects, Apache Tomcat project, history of Tomcat, Java community process, JSR-53, JSR-152, and JSR-154.
Sample chapter: "Apache and Jakarta Tomcat," from Professional Apache Tomcat 5, May 2004, by Vivek Chopra, Amit Bakore, Jon Eaves, Ben Galbraith, Sing Li, and Chanoch Wiggers. Discusses the Apache project, the Apache Software Foundation, the Jakarta project, Tomcat, other Jakarta subprojects, distributing Tomcat, comparison with other licenses, and GPL.
Sample chapter: "Introduction to Apache," from Apache Server 2.0: The Complete Reference, June 2002, by Ryan B. Bloom. Discusses what is Apache, and how Web servers work.
Sample chapter: "Introduction to Web Services," from Administrating and Securing the Apache Server, October 2002, by Ashok Appu. Discusses basic concepts of networking software, IP addresses, name resolution, ports, sockets, protocol, understanding how Web servers work, the uniform resource locator (URL), static vs. dynamic Web pages, and types of Web servers available.
Sample chapter: "Installing Apache," from Apache, MySQL, and PHP Weekend Crash Course, October 2003, by Steven M. Schafer. Discusses why use Apache, gathering required materials, Windows downloads, and Linux downloads.
Sample chapter: "History and Background of Apache," from Apache Server 2.0: A Beginner's Guide, September 2001, by Katherine Wrightson and Kate Wrightson. Discusses what is Apache, development and history of the Apache project, and open source software.
Sample chapter: "Web Development Basics" form Mastering Apache Velocity (Java Open Source Library), July 2003, by Jim Cole and Joseph D. Gradecki. Discusses static Web pages, an introduction to CGI, scripting (JSP, ASP, PHP), and future development.

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Update :: January 23, 2020