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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) [Source: Apache.org]
Using Apache 1.3 with Microsoft Windows
How to install, configure and run Apache 1.3 under Microsoft Windows. [Source: Apache.org]
Using Apache 2.0 with Microsoft Windows
How to install, configure and run Apache 2.0 under Microsoft Windows. [Source: Apache.org]