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Apache is the most commonly used Web server on Linux systems. Web servers are used to serve Web pages requested by client computers. Clients typically request and view Web pages using Web browser applications such as <application>Firefox</application>, <application>Opera</application>, <application>Chromium</application>, or <application>Internet Explorer</application>.
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Located in serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:18(para)
Users enter a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) to point to a Web server by means of its Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) and a path to the required resource. For example, to view the home page of the <ulink url="">Ubuntu Web site</ulink> a user will enter only the FQDN:
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Reviewed by Gerson "fserve" Barreiros on 2013-06-01
Located in serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:24(para)
To view the <ulink url="">community</ulink> sub-page, a user will enter the FQDN followed by a path:
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Located in serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:32(para)
sudo apt install apache2
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Located in serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:63(command)
<emphasis>conf-available:</emphasis> this directory contains available configuration files. All files that were previously in <filename>/etc/apache2/conf.d</filename> should be moved to <filename>/etc/apache2/conf-available</filename>.
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Located in serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:94(para)
This section explains Apache2 server essential configuration parameters. Refer to the <ulink url="">Apache2 Documentation</ulink> for more details.
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Located in serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:169(para)
By default, the server writes the transfer log to the file <filename>/var/log/apache2/access.log</filename>. You can change this on a per-site basis in your virtual host configuration files with the <emphasis>CustomLog</emphasis> directive, or omit it to accept the default, specified in <filename> /etc/apache2/conf-available/other-vhosts-access-log.conf</filename>. You may also specify the file to which errors are logged, via the <emphasis>ErrorLog</emphasis> directive, whose default is <filename>/var/log/apache2/error.log</filename>. These are kept separate from the transfer logs to aid in troubleshooting problems with your Apache2 server. You may also specify the <emphasis>LogLevel</emphasis> (the default value is "warn") and the <emphasis>LogFormat</emphasis> (see <filename> /etc/apache2/apache2.conf</filename> for the default value).
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Located in serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:360(para)
You can install additional Apache2 modules and use them with your Web server. For example, run the following command at a terminal prompt to install the <emphasis>MySQL Authentication</emphasis> module:
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Located in serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:523(para)
This section assumes you have installed and configured Apache2 Web Server and MySQL Database Server. You can refer to the Apache2 and MySQL sections in this document to install and configure Apache2 and MySQL respectively.
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Located in serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:704(para)
PHP is available in Ubuntu Linux. Unlike python and perl, which are installed in the base system, PHP must be added.
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Located in serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:711(para)
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Contributors to this translation: André Gondim, Doug Smythies, Fabrício Vicente Massuia, Fábio Nogueira, Gerson "fserve" Barreiros, Jeremy Bicha, Juliano Fischer Naves, Neliton Pereira Jr., Paulo Márcio da Hora.