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Apache Webserver (2.4.x) running on Fedora in Home Server not accessible

I have Apache-2.4.x running on a GNU/Linux system (Fedora, DHCP, IP Address: 192.168.1.5). I'm able to access the index.html page by all three methods mentioned below: http://localhost.localdomain ...
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Error using httpd on CentOS

I am using CentOS. When I try to start httpd I receive the following error: > sudo httpd httpd: apr_sockaddr_info_get() failed for ccrhwp01948 httpd: Could not reliably determine the server's ...
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Can I run a minimalist web-server on my router without rewriting the firmware with DD-WRT?

I read this article on Nezzen.net that says that you can make a web-server on your router providing that you rewrite its firmware with a free DD-WRT, Tomato, or equivalent. Leaving apart the fact ...
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HTTPD benchmarking tool that parses output

I'm trying to benchmark a HTTP server. It's becoming quite obvious that I won't get accurate numbers if the tool being used doesn't parse any output (the JavaScript and HTML). Does anyone know of a ...
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LightHTTPD; how do i disable http so only https is available on a single port?

I have a project that should be available only through ssl connection. It's being served by Lighthttpd, but I can't figure out how to set up the ssl on the port. When I use the guides I find with ...
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What is the difference between using `root /dir/name` and `alias /dir/name` in nginx?

It seems like root and alias do the same things by definition, but for some reason when I use root, I get a 404, but it works fine when I use alias. Any ideas?
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Good ways to transparent redirect site to port 8080?

Currently my home internet provider does not allow services on ports 1 to 1024 but allow the use of high ports to whatever users want to do and I was wondering what ways are there to mask my webserver ...
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How to figure out which directory is web server root?

I want to view websites hosted on my Mac when running Windows VMware Fusion. I have an entry in the Windows hosts file to enable the routing: #ip of my mac domain i use on the VM to access it ...