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Red Hat 7.1 provides a GUI configuration tool called the Apache Configuration Tool, accessible from the Gnome and KDE desktops. Also available is Comanche, a popular Apache configuration tool that you download from the Internet. Note The Apache GUI Project (gui.apache.org) provides a set of GUI tools for configuring and managing your Apache Web server. Its currently active projects are Comanche and TkApache. In the Linuxconf utility, you can also configure your Apache Web server. Webmin provides a very complete Apache Web server module.
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The Apache Configuration Tool opens with a window displaying panels for Main, Virtual Hosts, Server, and Performance Tuning. In each of these you will see buttons to open up dialog boxes where you can enter default settings. You will also be able to enter settings for particular items like virtual hosts and particular directories. For example, in the Virtual Hosts panel you can enter in default settings for all virtual hosts, as well as add and edit particular virtual hosts. Click the Help button to display a Web page-based reference manual that details how to use each panel. On the Main panel, you enter your Web server address, the Webmaster's e-mail address, and the ports the Web server will be listening on (see Figure 241).
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Figure 24-1: Apache Configuration Tool On the Virtual Hosts panel, be sure to click the Edit Default Settings button to set the default settings for pages searches, error codes, log files, and directories. To add a virtual host, click on the Add button to open a window where you can enter host information such as the virtual hostname and IP address (see Figure 24-2). On the sidebar, you can select different configuration panels for the virtual host, such as log files and directory controls.
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Figure 24-2: Virtual Host configuration On the server panel, you set administrative settings such as the Apache server's user ID and the process ID file. The Performance Tuning panel lets you set different usage limits such as the maximum number of requests and the number of requests per connection (see Figure 243).
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Figure 24-3: Performance Tuning panel When the Apache Configuration Tool saves its settings, it will overwrite the Apache configuration file, /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf. It is advisable that you first make a backup copy of your httpd.conf file in case you want to restore the original settings created by Red Hat for Apache. If you have already manually edited this file, you will receive a warning, and the Apache Configuration Tool will make a backup copy in /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf.bak.
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Comanche (Configuration Manager for Apache) is an easy-to-use, full-featured Apache configuration utility that runs on any X Windows window manager. You can download the current version and documentation from the Comanche Web site at www.comanche.org. Comanche uses a simple, directory tree-like structure to enable you to access and configure your main Web server, and any virtual server you have set up. Currently, Comanche can only configure the server on your local machine, but in the future it may be able to configure remote servers. When you first start the program, a window is displayed where you select the kind of Apache installation you have. For Red Hat, select the Red Hat Linux in the "Use the one bundled with my system" entry (see Figure 24-4).
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