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14: Con guring Linux Network Services
CERTIFICATION OBJECTIVE 1403
Configure the Apache Web Server on Linux
In addition to functioning as a DHCP server and a DNS server, your Linux system can also function as a Web server There are a variety of Web server packages that you can use on Linux, but by far and away, the most popular is the Apache Web server Most of the Web servers you access on the Internet are actually running some version of Apache Therefore, this is the Web server you need to be familiar with for your Linux+ exam In this part of this chapter, we re going to discuss the following topics:
How a Web server works
Installing the Apache Web server daemon Configuring the Apache Web server
Let s begin by reviewing how a Web server works
How a Web Server Works
Twenty years ago, few could have foreseen the changes that the widespread adoption of the Internet would have on the world and its various peoples and cultures Information that was unavailable to the average person in the 1980s is only a click away now Web servers provide much of the functionality we associate with the Internet today When we use the term Web server, we re referring to the network service running on your system, not the hardware itself The hardware the Web server runs on may be an appliance dedicated to providing only Web services or it may be a standard network server that has been configured to provide Web services A Web server can even run on a networked desktop computer system A Web server s job is to send Web pages, graphics, and other files to clients requesting them A Web server can transfer just about any type of computer file between the server and the client However, the most common type of file used with a Web server is a Web page A Web page is simply a text document written using a special markup coding system (called Hypertext Markup Language or HTML) that instructs the Web browser how the information should be formatted and displayed A simple HTML file is shown in Figure 14-18 To view this file properly, the user needs a Web browser A Web browser is an application that runs on the client computer that is used to request Web pages
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FIGURE 14-18
A simple HTML Web page file
from a Web server, format them, and display them on screen There are a variety of different Web browsers currently in use These include the following:
Konqueror Mozilla Firefox Netscape Navigator Opera Safari Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE)
When the user s Web browser receives this file from the Web server, it interprets the marked-up text from the file and displays it on the screen For example, the file in Figure 14-18 is displayed as shown in Figure 14-19 when it is opened in a Web browser The information in the text file is reformatted and displayed according to the markup information it contains The files that comprise a Web site are saved in a special directory in the file system of the system running the Web server daemon This directory is called the
FIGURE 14-19
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