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Getting More Out Of Apache (Part 2)

Learn more about the world's best-loved Web server, with examplesof Apache's authentication and logging capabilities, and also pay a briefvisit to its unique URL re-writing module.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Getting More Out Of Apache (Part 2)
  2. Eyes Only
  3. Identity Check
  4. Grouping Things Together
  5. Timmmmmmbbbbberrrr!
  6. When Things Go Wrong
  7. Just Rewrite It!
  8. Putting It Into Practice
By: icarus, (c) Melonfire
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January 23, 2001

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Last time, I showed you how to configure Apache to service multiple Websites on the same physical server, and include server-side information inyour Web page. But that's just the tip of the iceberg - Apache allowsyou to do a whole lot more, and over the next few pages, I'll be discussingthe server's authentication and logging capabilities, together with a brieflook at its unique URL re-writing module.

Keep reading!

 
 
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