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The best part about Apache is that you can custom build it to include exactly what you need. The defaultconfiguration is a good one, but its far-too-general nature is, by definition, not the best choice for the majority of installations. With a host of plug-in modules available for free over the Internet, customizing Apache to its fullest extent is not only fast and easy, but well worth the time spent.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. How To Build the Apache of Your Dreams
  2. Building Apache
  3. Module Definitions and Groupings
  4. Diversion: Shared Modules (mod_so)
  5. Diversion: Layouts
  6. Building Apache, Really
  7. Last Thoughts
  8. References
By: Darren Chamberlain
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September 19, 2000

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Building a customized Apache from source is easy, with a little planning. By using only the modules you need, you can build a web server that is fast, streamlined, and simple to maintain. The majority of building Apache is in the planning. Deciding which of the 3 dozen modules you need is where the difficulty lies. Hopefully, this article will push you to investigate the standard modules, and look into the additional modules that are available.



 
 
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