January 4th, 2003 09:55 AM
Anyone recommend a good Apache!
I have just set up a webserver running apache 2.0 (Very Basic one) I want to get a bit more into detail can anyone recommend me a good apache book, that could help me out... I have been using the "Redhat 7.3 bible" to get me going but need something more detailed (security for it and a lil' html and stuff). Thanks!
January 5th, 2003 07:24 AM
I have been looking at this one myself.
Linux Apache Web Server Administration, from the Craig Hunt library
I really liked the samba book from this same collection, also there is a linux security book from this collection which I thought was very well done.
I actually had the apache book, an earlier version which did not cover apache 2.0 at all, but it disappeared. I really think someone stole it, but, I have no hard evidence, just suspicion. The version which I had was good, I suspect the updated one is good as well.
January 5th, 2003 07:49 AM
Yah i think i have narrowed it down to these two books:
1. Apache Server 2.0: The Complete Reference
Author: Ryan Bloom
Published By Osborne | Published 2002
Trade Paperback |
Our Price: $74.95
2. Professional Apache 2.0
Author: Peter Wainwright
Published By Wrox Press | Published 2002
Trade Paperback |
what do you guys think... and what book would you choose out of those ?
Im fairly new too linux and this is my first try working with Apache and anything to do with creating a webserver.
January 5th, 2003 07:52 AM
hmm, that link didn't lead me to any specific books, just a page which talked about how searches might turn out on that sight....
NM, you removed the link......
I have not read either of them, so, no comment, except to again mention the book I mention above....
January 5th, 2003 08:03 AM
you can find all you need there. oreilly does make the best computer books in the world
and if you want those books for cheap, register at safari.oreilly.com <- highly recommended