Linux Gazette: When Apache Redirect Doesn't Work the First Time

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jan 31, 2001


"Apache has been a growing project for many years. It is personally amazing to me how Apache is so powerful, flexible, and easy to configure for a programmer. There is so much documentation about how to configure and do things in Apache, other commercial webservers just can't compare. Apache makes webserving fun for programmers. There are a lot of things you can test and tinker with."

"The nice thing about using a Perl script, is that you don't have to recompile the Apache server. You do have to change the configuration slightly. You don't have to install mod_perl, but if you do, the configuration can be slightly different if you want to cache the perl script. Also, this can be done is any programming language, not just Perl." Apache has been a growing project for many years. It is personally amazing to me how Apache is so powerful, flexible, and easy to configure for a programmer. There is so much documentation about how to configure and do things in Apache, other commercial webservers just can't compare. Apache makes webserving fun for programmers. There are a lot of things you can test and tinker with.

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