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UnixReview: Comanche Review


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"Comanche is a GUI tool for configuring and administering Apache. Once you've installed Apache -- which is usually done when you install any of the Linux distributions -- you can install Comanche to manage your Apache installation. Comanche doesn?t provide as much flexibility as editing the Apache configuration files by hand, but it does seem to handle most (if not all) of the configuration options for Apache." "... Comanche has come a long way since I last reviewed it. It promises to be a great tool for configuring a single Web server. It's got a great framework that is modular and expandible. However, it's still not ready for production use for full-time Apache management. It's probably not a tool for the admin who has dozens of Web servers to work with, but for a non-guru who needs to admin an Apache installation for an intranet or small Web server, it should be just fine. And while Comanche is not yet a world-class management tool that will allow your grandmother to manage her Apache Web server, that day might not be too far off." Comanche is a GUI tool for configuring and administering Apache. ... while Comanche is not yet a world-class management tool that will allow your grandmother to manage her Apache Web server, that day might not be too far off.

This article was originally published on Mar 20, 2001
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