Topic: Getting Started
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Revision control isn't just for distributed, multi-developer teams. Rafael Garcia-Suarez introduces Subversion and explains how to use it for personal projects.
Apache Under Windows
This excerpt is from Chapter 1 of Apache: The Definitive Guide, 2nd Edition. Covers installing an Apache binary under Windows and, for more adventurous souls, compiling from source.
The first in a series of articles about Apache, the most popular web server software available. In the coming weeks, I'll talk about how to install Apache, its care and feeding, simple tricks to keep it running smoothly, and powerful modules you can add to extend its capabilities.
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Apache 1.3 User's Guide
This is the main resource for installing and running Apache 1.3. It is targeted more for the Unix version of Apache. [Source: Apache Software Foundation]
Using Apache with Microsoft Windows
This document covers setup procedures that are unique to the Windows version of Apache. [Source: Apache Software Foundation]
Apache Server FAQ
The main FAQ for Apache 1.3 [Source: Apache Software Foundation]