- Starting up and shutting down a web service
- Configuring logging on Apache
- Adding modules to extend Apache
- Using virtual hosts
- Securing access with SSL
- Adding an SSL certificate to your site
- Protecting a site with .htaccess files
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Scott] Accurate numbers are hard to come by, but it's safe to say the majority of public websites are hosted on Linux, and of those, the majority run the Apache web server software. I'm Scott Simpson, and in this course, we'll take a look at the basics of how a web server works. Then, we'll install and configure Apache on the CentOS server. We'll explore adding modules to support features like PHP, and we'll have a look at securing the site with SSL. I'll show you how to further protect and monitor your site, and then we'll take a brief tour of other popular web servers as well.
Knowing the basics of how to set up a web server on the Linux host is an important part of a developer or a sys admin skill set. So let's go.
Linux: Bash Shell and Scriptswith Kevin Dankwardt2h 46m Intermediate
Linux: Multitasking at the Command Linewith Scott Simpson39m 1s Intermediate
1. Serve Web Content with Apache
2. Secure the Site and Control Access
Secure access with SSL2m 17s
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