Chiptesters.com heeft een 'no bullshit' Apache webserver tutorial in elkaar geschroefd, met uitleg over hoe je Apache met Red Hat Linux 6.1 aangekacheld krijgt:
What did you say? You just got your ADSL/cable internet hookup and you are still paying some other company to serve your own web files?
Either you don't have a spare computer or you have no idea how easy it is to build your own webserver! That's right - with almost no more skill than it takes to install Windows 98, you can have your very own, fully functional web server with working CGI, SQL, and so much more. And it's damn cool to have your own webserver - trust me.
I included a tutorial for installing Redhat Linux 6.0 just in case you have never used Linux before. Be aware however that this whole guide is just what it says - NoBS. This means that I spare the over-technical and sub-technical jargon/storytelling that can get very annoying. In other words, if you have no idea what you are doing, this tutorial might not be what you were expecting. In any case read it over and get a good idea of where you stand in this subject material. But I did write this thing assuming that whoever is reading it is a TOTAL DUMBASS. Not to say that you are that, but we are all dumbasses at some things, so I am just covering all bases here.
That means you can't laugh when you have to read some of the more rudimentary instructions, because honestly many people don't know them and - believe it or not - at one time you didn't either!