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The FreeBSD Corporate Networker's Guide is written for the beginning FreeBSD administrator who wants to take advantage of the power and cost savings afforded by use of this operating system on their organization's production network. FreeBSD is a UNIX-like operating system that takes its name from the Berkeley Software Distribution group. FreeBSD is a direct descendent of the original BSD UNIX code that the Computing Science Research Group of the University of California, Berkeley, released. That code was used as a base for many other commercial UNIX systems, such as early HP/UX and Sun's SunOS 4.1.X In keeping with the spirit of freely available Open Source software... Rest of this review on the detail page
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Apache is far and away the most widely used Web server platform in the world, running on Windows NT as well as UNIX and other platforms. It powers about half of the world's existing Web sites and is still increasing market share. Apache also forms the basis of a number of commercial Web servers, such as IBM HTTP Server powered by Apache and C2Net's Stronghold. Apache is at the leading edge of Web server development with many new technologies being implemented first. Apache has a flexible architecture that allows independent developers to add their own functionality by way of modules, written either in C or, with the advent of mod_perl, also in Perl. ... Rest of this review on the detail page
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Novice and veteran Webmasters alike should have a copy of Apache Server For Dummies by their computer. This comprehensive guide helps you understand and maximize the capabilities of Apache, one of the most popular and powerful Web servers in use today. Apache Server For Dummies is your blueprint to providing dynamic content on the Web with Apache. Topics covered include installing the Apache Web server, using CGI and Perl scripts, creating password-protected Web pages, troubleshooting, documenting access to your Web server, and monitoring server activity. The CD-ROM that accompanies Apache Server For Dummies features the latest version of the Apache Web server software,... Rest of this review on the detail page
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Rich Bowen and Ken Coar's Apache Server Unleashed follows in the SAMS's Unleashed tradition of phonebook-size how-to paperbacks that aspire to be folksy and encyclopedic in one fell swoop. Like the others, the case for the Apache server is presumed, comparisons to competing servers are omitted, and the focus moves from detail to detail along a trajectory fit for a first-time implementation of a typical Apache Web server. Bowen and Coar use ample annotations throughout the text to maximize random accessibility. Notes, tips, warnings, and ubiquitous section headings create a fragmented style that encourages browsing at the expense of narrative. Often, the body text itse... Rest of this review on the detail page
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