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Admin Digest: Setting Up Your Own Web Server

Admin Digest: Setting Up Your Own Web Server

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jan 1, 2003


LinuxPlanet reports on how to set up a basic Apache installation, with a quick look at basic PHP configuration, how to extract information from your logs, and a pair of simple optimization tips:

"Having your own Web server goes beyond the need to put your business' information out on the Internet for all to see. While that certainly won't hurt, there are many more ways you can take advantage of such a server. LinuxPlanet reports on how to set up a basic Apache installation, with a quick look at basic PHP configuration, how to extract information from your logs, and a pair of simple optimization tips.

"Whether you are running a department within a large corporation, or your own small business, having access to an HTTP server can quickly improve the way your employees share knowledge.

"...It may seem unlikely that you can provide a better service than experienced ISPs, but ISPs are catering to a mass market and tend to charge a lot for special services. Some web applications just don't fit into the general ISP scheme and installing your own web server on a Linux box, could prove to be a cost effective way of getting the Internet services you need."

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