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am 19. Juli 2000
I would imagine that the book might be easier to follow if I had done exactly what the authors do, which is to install FreeBSD and then install Apache with the included CD-ROM. But that's not really an option in most cases unless you can afford to have a separate machine that doesn't have the standard Linux installation on it, just for following the book. I've learned a lot more about how to set up Apache to properly on Linux (Redhat 6.2) by searching around the web and reading the online documentation than from this book. This is so disappointing, because like others, I usually love anything that is published by O'Reilly. The only thing that stops me from giving it a lower rating is that some of the information is kind of useful. I have Professional Apache on order now, and I'm hoping for more from that.
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am 2. Dezember 1999
This is a very good book for apache. When I first got the book, I agreed with other readers' complain of poor organization. However, after 1 hour of reading it, I began to realized that I was wrong. The unique part of this book is that instead of teaching you about install and configure apache on the first shot. It actually teaches you the more detailed configuration by trying different option one at a time. This way, you learn more about the internal of the apache instead of compile and install based on the original options set by apache.org. This way, you can avoid many problems that might occur later on. By the way, if you don't know much about linux/unix, don't bother to install apache on a linux/unix machine.
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am 2. August 1999
I am a computer professional and I got the book in order to install and run Apache on our company web servers. I do know my way around UNIX and NT, but I'm no system administrator.
I was shocked at the bad reviews. I found this book to be a great read and organized as should be.
The only reason I think someone would not like this book is if they are use to GUI tools in the Windows world. If you know UNIX/LINUX and aren't scared of OS command lines, this book is great.
If you are a Windows geek, this book may not be that great, but let's face it, Apache and TCP/IP is UNIX at it's best.
I found this book a good training source and reference manual.
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am 23. Oktober 1999
We been running apache since '97 when we blew out an NT server due to complex DNS issues it couldn't handle. Consulting fees have added up to a substantial amount since our conversion to apache on FreeBSD. This book has saved hundreds of dollars in consulting fees which are better spent on more advanced issues worthy of consultants;^)
If asked to recommend a first book on apache, this would be it.
I've said that I'd never run Microsoft anything software on a UNIX server, or UNIX on Microsoft... But, gee-whiz, I couldn't resist installing the NT port to my personal NT server <Grin>
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am 18. November 1998
The best book on running the Apache Web Server that I have ever bought. I highly recommend this to the beginner administrator, as well as the old pro! This book covers all the nuances of the configuration files, the command line options, as well as clear and easy to understand examples! No other reference book comes close!
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am 2. Juni 2000
Now you may think that there are better books out there. And there maybe. However this book is a "five star " book. I bought this book for a beginning apache class. We were able to follow the instructions and down load the Apache server from the Internet. The only problem we had was with the NIS system that was not anticipated in this book. It was a lot more important to use this book to read the flat files and see how they were related to each other. The section on Extra Modules (chapter 12) gave a way to improve the server and go outside the scope of this book. This book covered more details than I was looking for; this ways different people can use the book to target their particular needs. You can safely say:
"This book has everything you need to set up an apache server."
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am 19. Januar 1998
I liked the way the book answered some of my questions. I followed the steps for making a secure server using the newer version of Apache, and it didn't work... That was the main reason for me buying the book, so that was the only reason I didn't rate it a 10
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am 29. September 1999
This book is clearly written in understandable english. It serves as a good introduction to the Apache Server, however lacks the depth is necessary when managing a high demand webserver. Features such as SSL and integration with X500 were not covered.
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am 10. April 2000
This book will not teach you how to set up Apache if you've never done it before, but is a handy guide for Security, LogFormat configuration etc. Although it could be more readable, if you ever touch a .conf file you should have this on your desk.
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am 1. April 1999
I grabbed this book and started the brain sucking upall the information I could. Whoops! Where is it? This book doesdiscuss a lot about Apache, but it sure falls short of "definitive guide".
I have had to search the web to find out really useful information.<PIt did get me to thinking about what I wanted to do with my server.
But, if you are looking for a book to get you started and up and running as an ISP --- FORGET this book. It just does not have the information needed.
Sorry O'Reilly, I like most of your books, but this one does not make the grade
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