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/ Apache represents a site core issue. Please try again later. If that is your website, please go to.htaccess and make sure you have no deny directive created or configured incorrectly. The Apache HTTP Server, or Apache for short, is a very popular web server, developed by the Apache Software Foundation. This article describes how to set up Apache and how to optionally integrate it with PHP.

The Apache HTTP Server Project is an effort to develop and maintain anopen-source HTTP server for modern operating systems including UNIX andWindows. The goal of this project is to provide a secure, efficient andextensible server that provides HTTP services in sync with the current HTTPstandards.

The Apache HTTP Server ('httpd') was launched in 1995 and it has been the most popular web server on the Internet sinceApril 1996. It has celebrated its 25th birthday as a project in February 2020.

The Apache HTTP Server is a project of The Apache SoftwareFoundation.

The Apache Software Foundation and the Apache HTTP Server Project arepleased toannounce therelease of version 2.4.46 of the Apache HTTP Server ('httpd').

This latest release from the 2.4.x stable branch represents the best availableversion of Apache HTTP Server.

Apache HTTP Server version 2.4.43 or newer is required in order to operate a TLS 1.3 web server with OpenSSL 1.1.1.

Download ChangeLog for2.4.46 Complete ChangeLog for2.4 New Features in httpd2.4

As previously announced, the Apache HTTP Server Project has discontinuedall development and patch review of the 2.2.x series of releases.

The Apache HTTP Server Project had long committed to provide maintenancereleases of the 2.2.x flavor through June of 2017. The final release 2.2.34was published in July 2017, and no further evaluation of bug reports orsecurity risks will be considered or published for 2.2.x releases.

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Configuring the source tree

The next step is to configure the Apache source tree for your particular platform and personal requirements. This is done using the script configure included in the root directory of the distribution. (Developers downloading an unreleased version of the Apache source tree will need to have autoconf and libtool installed and will need to run buildconf before proceeding with the next steps. This is not necessary for official releases.)

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To configure the source tree using all the default options, simply type ./configure. To change the default options, configure accepts a variety of variables and command line options.

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The most important option is the location --prefix where Apache is to be installed later, because Apache has to be configured for this location to work correctly. More fine-tuned control of the location of files is possible with additional configure options.

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Also at this point, you can specify which features you want included in Apache by enabling and disabling modules. Apache comes with a wide range of modules included by default. They will be compiled as shared objects (DSOs) which can be loaded or unloaded at runtime. You can also choose to compile modules statically by using the option --enable-module=static.

Additional modules are enabled using the --enable-module option, where module is the name of the module with the mod_ string removed and with any underscore converted to a dash. Similarly, you can disable modules with the --disable-module option. Be careful when using these options, since configure cannot warn you if the module you specify does not exist; it will simply ignore the option.

In addition, it is sometimes necessary to provide the configure script with extra information about the location of your compiler, libraries, or header files. This is done by passing either environment variables or command line options to configure. For more information, see the configure manual page. Or invoke configure using the --help option.

For a short impression of what possibilities you have, here is a typical example which compiles Apache for the installation tree /sw/pkg/apache with a particular compiler and flags plus the two additional modules mod_ldap and mod_lua:

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$ CC='pgcc' CFLAGS='-O2'
./configure --prefix=/sw/pkg/apache
--enable-ldap=shared
--enable-lua=shared

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When configure is run it will take several minutes to test for the availability of features on your system and build Makefiles which will later be used to compile the server.

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Details on all the different configure options are available on the configure manual page.