- The Idiot's Guide to Solving Perl CGI Problems
A useful checklist for a few simple questions that need answering. While some sample answers are provided, you'll have to figure them out on your own.
- Apache XML Project Launches
This Tuesday saw the launch of the Apache XML Project, an effort to provide an open source, commercial-quality platform for XML. The project has been bootstrapped by the contribution of tools from the open source community, and commercial vendors.
- Apache 1.3 User's Guide
Version: 1.3 (01/01/1999)
This is the main resource for installing and running Apache 1.3. It is targeted more for the Unix version of Apache.
- Compiling and Installing Apache 1.3
This document covers compilation and installation of Apache on Unix systems. (For compiling and installation on Windows, see Using Apache with Microsoft Windows)
- Apache Run-Time Configuration Directives
Details of each run-time directive in the Apache standard distribution, version 1.3x.
- Using User Authentication
How to set up per-user password protection for your pages
- Apache Server FAQs: Authentication and Access Restrictions
Frequently asked Apache authentication and access restriction questions.
- Apache Modules
Modules included in the Apache distribution.
- Apache Module Registry
A place to register and search for modules and assorted patches that people have found useful for Apache, but have not been officially included as part of the standard Apache distribution.
- Using Apache 1.3 with Microsoft Windows
How to install, configure and run Apache 1.3 under Microsoft Windows.
- Apache Server FAQs: Dynamic Content (CGI and SSI)
Frequently asked Apache CGI and SSI questions.
- Security and Apache: An Essential Primer
Chances are that your Web site has at least a few pages that you really don't want published to the Internet at large.
- The Mod_Perl Guide
"Deploying mod_perl technology to give a rocket speed to your CGI/perl scripts."
- Writing Apache Modules with Perl and C
The home site of Writing Apache Modules with Perl and C, a book about creating Web server modules using the Apache API, written by Lincoln Stein and Doug MacEachern.
- Using Apache 2.0 with Microsoft Windows
How to install, configure and run Apache 2.0 under Microsoft Windows.
- Using Apache with Microsoft Windows
Version: 1.3 (01/01/1999)
This document covers setup procedures that are unique to the Windows version of Apache.
- Module: mod_rewrite
Provides powerful on-the-fly rule-based URL-rewriting. Ships with Apache version 1.2 and later.
- A Users Guide to URL Rewriting with the Apache Webserver
Written by the author of mod_rewrite, this documentation supplements the material found on mod_rewrite in the Apache User's Guide. It explains what the author calls "a really sophisticated module that provides a powerful way to do URL manipulations." Includes lots of examples.
- Apache based WebDAV Server with LDAP and SSL
This document is an HOWTO on installing a Apache based WebDAV server with LDAP for authentication and SSL encryption.
- CGI Programming MetaFAQ
The Common Gateway Interface, or CGI, defines how clients and servers interact with external processes. This guide is a collection of resource pointers. Should you have a question, it is most likely answered in one of the these resources.
- The Java Apache Project
Home of Apache JServ, a 100% pure Java servlet engine for the Apache Web server and related projects.
- Apache Server FAQ
Version: 1.145 (06/24/1999)
The main FAQ for Apache 1.3
- Apache SSL Documentation
Version: 1.3 (09/01/1999)
This server documentation covers the Apache-SSL secure Webserver, which is based on SSLeay/OpenSSL.
- Mod_Perl Performance Tuning
How to achieve maximum performance on a busy site by reducing the memory resources required by Apache.
- Apache-SSL FAQ
Short Q&A for the Apache-SSL module. It is part of the Apache-SSL home page.
- Apache Software Foundation FAQ
An explanation of why the Apache Software Foundation exists, and how it is organized.
- Apache-FP FAQ
FAQ for the Apache Front Page module
- SSL 3.0
Version: 3 (01/01/1996)
Pointers to the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 3.0 specification (11/96) and some additional information.
- Securing Your Apache Server for Business with VeriSign Secure Server IDs
Verisign tells you how to obtain a digital certificate from them and install it in the Apache server, creating a secure server.
- Web Server Configuration Tips
A support document that offers advice on some common configuration issues with Apache.