Interested in becoming a part of the most exciting and ever expanding segment of the Internet today, the web? If so, you may also be interested in using your own webserver. In this article, I'll take you through the initial setup and configuration of such a server. Along the way, we'll examine our needs, and determine exactly what we need to get the job done.
This article is more of a "hands-on" How-To guide more than anything else, if you're interested strictly in web server performance, you'll be best suited to read my article, Building a Better Web Server, which examines different platforms and server models.
Since the free Apache web server accounts for roughly 50% of all web servers and Sun claims the majority of the hardware side of things, I'll be overviewing such a configuration. In fact, for convenience above all, the server I'm detailing is none other than Ace's Hardware's very own web server.
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BDW: deze posting fungeert als voorbeeld van de werking van ons nieuws nieuws submit formulier, dus niet denken dat ik in mezelf loop te lullen .