Quick guide on How to install and configure the Apache http web server on Ubuntu. Also configure virtual hosts to setup multiple domains
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Guide on how to setup apache and php using CGI (Common Gateway Interface) on Ubuntu
Mod Fcgid Mod Fcgid is an apache module that enables it to talk to fastcgi enabled application. It can be used to setup with apache to run php over fastcgi. It is an alternative to the older mod_fastcgi and has some differences with it. In this post we shall be setting up apache with php… Read More »
Apache + Php When setting up an apache+php server to run your php applications, there are lots of configuration parameters to deal with. The most important is the php Server Api (sapi). It determines how exactly is apache going to run the php scripts. Along with the php sapi another important thing to select is… Read More »
Apache is a web server that is available for all major platforms. Each OS stores the apache in a different directory or path, due to which it takes some effort to find the configuration file when needed. For example Ubuntu and fedora store it in different locations inspite of both being linux. So here are… Read More »
MPM (Multi processing module) is that component of apache server, that determines how multiple clients or connections shall be handled. Apache is flexible by design and there are different mpms that can be used with apache depending on the needs. Some of the common mpms on Linux are : 1. Worker 2. Prefork 3. mpm-ITK… Read More »