Day: January 28, 2010

Prefork vs. Worker

Apache uses modules called MPM’s or Multi-Processing Modules for the most basic functions of a web server. The default apache setup contains a selection of of these MPM’s which are responsible for binding to network ports on the server, accepting and dispatching child processes to handle the requests from a browser in order to display…


Create Apache default Success page

In order to modify this page, login to your server via ssh and cd over to /usr/local/apache/htdocs cd /usr/local/apache/htdocs Here, you can edit the file index.html vim index.html If you list the content of /usr/local/apache/htdocs you will see that you can also modify the content of other error pages that apache outputs as well. Also,…


opensource.com

http://opensource.com/ This site is one of the ways in which Red Hat gives something back to the open source community. Our desire is to create a connection point for conversations about the broader impact that open source can have–and is having–even beyond the software world. We think of this site as a “Red Hat community…


Faking User Agent with Wget

Faking User Agent with Wget Written by Steve Lake From http://www.raiden.net Posted on: Jan 27, 2010 at 07:49am Section: Tutorials Printer Friendly Version Legacy URL A good portion of the Linux community who are familiar with the command line are also very familiar with a powerful tool known as Wget. ┬áIt’s sort of an FTP/web…


Termbuilder

http://www.tuxradar.com/termbuilder has a nifty little utility to create command line output. It is limited right now but as time goes on, it could be a very useful tool for those looking to improve their command line fu. From their site: This is TermBuilder, an easy-to-use script that helps newbies form Linux terminal commands by selecting…