The Apache project is a collaborative software development effort aimed at creating a robust, commercial-grade, feature full and freely-available source code implementation of a HTTP server. The Apache server is available for various operating systems, but is most commonly used on operating systems such as Unix, Linux, and BSD.
After setting up an Apache web server or user account, you will see the generic Apache welcome page, similar to the picture to the right. If you see a page resembling this picture while browsing the Internet, the web page is experiencing issues or was recently setup. If this is your web page, replace the index.html file with your own web page file.
- Displaying all active Internet connections in Linux.
- Complete information about Apache and the project can be found at http://www.apache.org.
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