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Learning Apache http server : Minimal http configuration

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More videos like this online at http://www.theurbanpenguin.com Rather than just use the Apache http configuration that is rolled out with you distribution, spend a little time taking a look at a minimal configuration and loading what you need and not just what is given to you. this is my manta as a sysadmin, if you don't understand it don't use it. We cut the httpd.conf down to just 14 lines, yes just 14 lines and we have a working apache web server
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Henry Dorsett Case (1 month ago)
Thank you
maxpolaris99 (3 months ago)
I found it useful, now onto the next video.
drew erving (6 months ago)
i love British accents.
mauricio aznar (7 months ago)
you are awesome!
Akk 1747 (1 year ago)
dud cane you make a video of karli linux http
Osman (1 year ago)
Thanks for the video very useful very nice explained
Ming Lu (1 year ago)
Thanks, your penguin is very cool
Siva K (2 years ago)
Thank you
Michael Torres (2 years ago)
Video is very informative. However, this seems to be based on version 2.2. I am following along but I am stuck with an error that Invalid command 'User' . From documentation it has to do with differences from 2.2 to 2.4 and the modules loaded. Do you have an updated 'minimum list" of modules that are needed for 2.4?
saad naeem (2 years ago)
thanks for sharing the video. it is really to the point configuration video
Davide Nastri (3 years ago)
Thanks for sharing!
Zero Infinite (3 years ago)
Thanks for the video.
rizwanalikhan (3 years ago)
Good day, A Top Class video to understand basics of apache web server in few minutes, God bless you, it help me a lot for preparing ex200 web server question
Mohsin Mushtaq (3 years ago)
Hi Sir, I want to configure per session 1GBPS throughput , What is the method for that
nasir ali (3 years ago)
Sir thank you very much, you have taught the basics of the apache very nicely and clearly. May God Bless you and your family.
really nice, good work (Y)
eman srnme (4 years ago)
Thank you for your video. You said, that there is no change in configuration between Solaris and Linux apache. Do you have an idea, what can be the cause of website that runs correctly under Solaris (apache v. 1.4) stop showing JavaScript elements at all under Redhat (apache v 2.2)?
afrondice (5 years ago)
Thanks, you is the best ! Please tutorial for windows ! I not use Linux ! Don't know Linux ! Thanks !
alpen wasser (5 years ago)
Hey, you don't look like a penguin! :D Very useful video series, have been looking for something like this for quite a while.
Daniel Dorado (5 years ago)
... (Continue) The problem is, when I use the $_SERVER['DOCUMENTROOT'] Php function for knowing which is the path where the script is executing from, it tells me that such document is located in /var./wwv/html and not in /home/user/public_html(that is where I've got it). Could you or anyone who reads this one guide properly for setting up the Apache server as I want. Thank you very much
Daniel Dorado (5 years ago)
Hi, First of all, i want to say that the videos are so useful and interesting, so hanks. I've been configuring apache with userdir mod in order to allow every user has his own Documentroot directory, so he will be able to host the web without be the superuser...
Carl White (5 years ago)
I did notice you've got a lot of videos on Citrix, I'll be sure to go over them thoroughly, I imagine that comes up a lot in Industry. Never heard of MDT but I just googled it. I've used Ghost quite a bit but can't imagine seeing it too often. Thank you very much for your advice.
Carl White (5 years ago)
I'd actually never heard of CompTIA until now, so I'm looking into it. I have a little knowledge of active directory but I can't really administrate GP or anything big. I am actually very good at Vim now, I installed GVim about a year ago and have been practicing it pretty hard. I have 20+ years in Windows Client but very little in server. In your experience, what sort of administrating did you do?
Carl White (5 years ago)
Thank you very much for your helpful videos, I've been watching for a few months now. As someone who is currently studying for the Cisco NP Certification, what Sysadmin skills would you suggest are best to learn? I have a general sense of UNIX/Linux and it's file system etc. I'm wondering what would most come in handy when I enter my first job next year or do you think a Cisco guy should just stick to routers and switches? Thanks
Teb Tengri (5 years ago)
Given how long Apache has been around, it's a really really patchy server now.

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