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By Richard Bowen, Matthew Marlowe, Ken Coar

ISBN-10: 0672318083

ISBN-13: 9780672318085

ISBN-10: 0768656737

ISBN-13: 9780768656732

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The newer way, called APACI, allows you to specify command-line options. The old-fashioned way involves editing a configuration file and selecting the options that you want. 3 and gives you a configuration interface that might be more familiar to people who have worked with the GNU Autoconf package. APACI allows you to provide configuration options on the command line, and it will build your Makefile appropriately. To run APACI, run the script configure from the command line with your list of arguments.

For example, the range started after the end of the file being requested. Satisfiable 417 Expectation Failed An expectation given in the Expect header wasn’t met. 500 Internal Server Error This catch-all error message indicates that something on the server (usually, a CGI program) has failed. 501 Not Implemented The requested action can’t be performed. 502 Bad Gateway The server, while trying to act as a gateway or proxy, received an invalid response from another server further up the chain. 503 Service Unavailable The server isn’t available, due to overloading or maintenance.

This is either the page you requested or a page telling you that something was wrong with your request. In either case, you have completed the simplest HTTP conversation with an Apache Web server. Experiment with different requests and headers to see what sort of responses you get. Summary HTTP, the Hypertext Transfer Protocol, is the language that the client and server use to communicate with one another and is the basis for traffic on the Web. The HTTP conversation consists of a request, headers, and possibly a body being sent from the client, and a status, headers, and a body being returned by the server.

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Apache Server Unleashed by Richard Bowen, Matthew Marlowe, Ken Coar

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