I'm posting this with a permission from a moderator:
I am tremendously pleased to annouce that I have published a part of the book I'm working on.
This part is: Apache Web server - Complete Guide.
This document is 150 pages long and explains in thorough detail how to fully setup and configure the Apache server, including basic and advanced setups, .htaccess, and the secure Web server (HTTPS).
It is a part of a book (or rather, a series of books) I'm working on, aimed at transforming Windows users and Linux newbies into powerful professionals. I have been working on the books for the last 6 months. I have already written approx. 1,000 pages, covering some 15 topics (like Web, Mail, DNS, DHCP, NIS, PAM etc).
If you've read my tutorials before, you'll know what to expect:
- Easy, simple, down-to-earth explanations
- No step skipped
- Lots and lots of images and examples
I sincerely believe this will be the best material on Apache you will find. Presumptious, I know, but I can't help it.
Anyhow, you're welcome to read and try. Everything is packed in a single beautiful PDF.
Suggestions are more than welcome.
P.S. The OS is CentOS 5, but the principle remains the same.