Apache Configuration Tips
If you’re thinking of running a web server on your new Linux box, I have two things to say. First, good choice. The Linux/Apache combination runs 65%+ of the servers on the Web – a number that seems to increase with each new set of statistics. The combination is quick, robust and relatively easy to configure. Second – make sure to take the time to configure your server properly. It almost goes without saying that a running server on the Web is an open invitation for those with evil in their hearts to probe and compromise your machine. The Apache configuration tips in today’s GnomeCLICK will give you a good start in configuring your server for both optimum performance and security. This click is a good step-by-step guide for achieving those goals. Follow it closely, and you’ll dramatically reduce the troubleshooting phase of making your site available to the world.