NetworkingServers – Web

Preface

The World Wide Web (abbreviated as WWW or W3, commonly known as the web), is a system of interlinked hypertext documents accessed via the Internet. With a web browser, one can view web pages that may contain text, images, videos, and other multimedia, and navigate between them via hyperlinks.

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Table of Content

  1. Apache Web Server
  2. Lighttpd
  3. Nginx
  4. Bundled Package
  5. Web Stacks

Article

  1. HTTP Request and Response
  2. List of HTTP Status Code
  3. Creating Web Stack

Apache

  • Installation
    • Apache on FreeBSD
    • Apache on Debian Linux
    • Apache on Windows
  • Configuration
  • Other

Lighttpd

  • Installation
    • lighttpd on FreeBSD
    • lighttpd on Debian Linux
    • lighttpd on Windows
  • Configuration
  • Other

Nginx

  • Installation
    • Nginx on FreeBSD
    • Nginx on Debian Linux
    • Nginx on Windows
  • Configuration
    • Nginx as Reverse Proxy
  • Other

Bundled Package

There are several solution which bundling webserver and other stuff and brand it as development environment. Among them there are two popular package: XAMPP and WAMP.

  • Installation
    • XAMPP on Ubuntu using PPA
    • XAMPP on Ubuntu using Binary
    • WAMP on Windows 8.1
  • Configuration
  • Other

Web Stacks

  • Building MariaDB + Nginx + HHVM + WordPress on Debian Linux
  • Building MariaDB + Nginx + PHP-FPM +Wordpress on Debian Linux (ARM)

Affiliation

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