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Apache Web Server - Most popular web server on the Internet

  •    C

Apache web server is most popular and widely used web servers. Its features could be extended using modules. mod_proxy is a proxy module, mod_ssl provides ssl support, mod_rewrite provides URL rewriting etc. Virtual hosting is supported. Multiple websites could be accessed from single web server.

Nginx - HTTP and reverse proxy server

  •    C

Nginx [engine x] is an HTTP and reverse proxy server, as well as a mail proxy server, written by Igor Sysoev. It supports accelerated reverse proxying with caching, simple load balancing and fault tolerance, SSL and TLS SNI support, Name-based and IP-based virtual servers and lot more.

caesonia - OpenBSD Email Service

  •    Shell

By design, email message headers need to be public, for exchanges to happen. The body of the message can be encrypted by the user, if desired. Moreover, there is no way to prevent the host from having access to the virtual machine. Therefore, full disk encryption (at rest) may not be necessary. Given our low memory requirements, and the single-purpose concept of email service, Roundcube or other web-based IMAP email clients should be on a different VPS.

BlackJumboDog

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BlackJumboDog???????????????? Web?Ftp?Proxy?DNS?DHCP?SMTP?POP3?TFTP????????????????????? http://www.sapporoworks.ne.jp/spw/bjd/




SlotDuino

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SlotDuino is a slot car racing controller for Netduino Plus. Build on top of .NET Micro Framework (C#).

cordova-httpd - Embed tiny web server into Cordova with a plugin

  •    Objective-C

Quick start, copy the demo files, and just build to play. This Cordova plugin is built based on following 2 projects, and thanks to the authors.

merecat - Simple HTTP/HTTPS server based on Jef Poskanzer's thttpd

  •    C

Merecat started out as a pun at Mongoose, but is now useful for actual web serving purposes. It is however not a real Meerkat, merely yet another copycat, forked from the great thttpd created by Jef Poskanzer. Merecat is available as free/open source software under the simplified 2-clause BSD license. For more information, see the manual page merecat(8), or the FAQ.

httpd - Library cookbook with Apache httpd primitives

  •    Ruby

The HTTPD Cookbook is a Library Cookbook that provides resource primitives for use in recipes. It is designed to be an example to reference for creating highly re-usable cross platform cookbooks. This cookbook is concerned with The Apache HTTP Server, particularly those shipped with F/OSS Unix and Linux distributions. It does not address other httpd server implementations like Lighttpd, Nginx, or IIS.


go-git-http-xfer - Implements Git HTTP Transport.

  •    Go

Implements Git HTTP Transport. Let's clone this repository and execute the following commands.

centos-ssh-apache-php - Docker build of CentOS-7 7

  •    Shell

Apache PHP web server, loading only a minimal set of Apache modules by default. Supports custom configuration via environment variables. The latest CentOS-6 Standard Package based release can be pulled from the centos-6 Docker tag. It is recommended to select a specific release tag - the convention is centos-6-1.10.6 or 1.10.6 for the 1.10.6 release tag. This build of Apache, (httpd CentOS package), uses the mpm_prefork_module and php5_module modules for handling PHP.

apache24-modules - Modules for Apache 2.4 and maybe 2.2

  •    C

Miscellaneous Modules for Apache 2.4 (and maybe 2.2), licensed under Apache License v2.0.

node-static-alias - Serve static file which is not requested file

  •    Javascript

Serve static file which is not requested file. (e.g. file.min.js is requested, serve file.js) node-static-alias wraps (inherits) the useful module node-static, and this adds the alias option to that. This works like the Alias mapping or the mod_rewrite of Apache. It looks like DirectoryIndex too. And this can check the file exists or not. The alias option is added to the node-static via using require('node-static-alias') instead of require('node-static'). See node-static to use it.

bitnami-docker-apache - Bitnami Apache Docker Image

  •    Dockerfile

The Apache HTTP Server Project is an effort to develop and maintain an open-source HTTP server for modern operating systems including UNIX and Windows NT. The goal of this project is to provide a secure, efficient and extensible server that provides HTTP services in sync with the current HTTP standards. Non-root container images add an extra layer of security and are generally recommended for production environments. However, because they run as a non-root user, privileged tasks are typically off-limits. Learn more about non-root containers in our docs.

apache2buddy - apache2buddy

  •    Perl

Best Practice is to check the code against either the md5sums or sha256sums (or both) before execution of the code. If the md5sums or sha256sums do not match, then changes have been made and its untested, so do not proceed until they match.

httpd-container - Apache HTTP container images based on Red Hat Software Collections and intended for OpenShift and general usage

  •    Shell

This repository contains Dockerfiles for Apache HTTP Server images for OpenShift and general usage. Users can choose between RHEL and CentOS based images. For more information about contributing, see the Contribution Guidelines. For more information about concepts used in these container images, see the Landing page.

vhost-creator - A simple bash script to create virtual host vhost with apache on Ubuntu or CentOS

  •    Shell

This is a useful bash script that will let you save time creating vhosts for you. It supports both ubuntu and centos (be careful to write ubuntu or centos in lowercase).