The Cndnsd Vrsn: 4pm Tuesday November 25 ACS Rm 123 - Apache Web Server Experience
This months meeting will consist of a panel of speakers with broad experience
on the free Apache web server. Apache
has been the most popular web server on the Internet since April of 1996.
The November 1997 WWW server site survey by Netcraft found that more web
servers were using Apache than any other software. Apache and its derivatives
totaled 49.97% of all web sites on the Internet.
We will have four speakers each give a short presentation followed by
a question and answer panel discussion. Howard
Fear (Redcape Software) will introduce
the concept of Apache Modules and describe some work he has done that ships
with the Apache distribution. Randall Gaz
(Xor Network Engineering) will descibe
the Apache API and some work he has done for www.sportingnews.com. Denise
Raven (Lili Information Systems, Inc.) will give an overview
and describe how to install and configure the Apache web server. David
Denney (Dimensional Communications)
will describe his experience configuring Apache to serve multiple virtual web sites.
The next meeting of the Front Range UNIX Users Group will be in room 123 of the
CU Academic Computing Center building at Arapahoe and Marine Streets in Boulder.
Marine St intersects Arapahoe at 38th St; the Computing Center is on the southwest corner.
At the October meeting of the Front Range UNIX Users Group
Dan Berg of Sun Microsystems gave a talk on the relationship between CORBA and Java RMI.
See the previous meetings page on the Fruug web site for more detail.
December 16th: Sunil Prakash will talk about his new company's plan to help you internationalize your Java code.
Contact the FRUUG Executive Committee at
fruug at fruug.org
if you have other interesting topic ideas or are interested in presenting a fruug talk.
This month's library additions:
From Addision-Wesley, we have JDBC Database Access with Java,
From O'Reilly & Associates, we have
Webmaster in a Nutshell, which includes a CD-ROM containing five of their Web-related books. In addition, they've sent us a copy of Photoshop in a Nutshell.
Finally, The USENIX Association continues to keep us up-to-date with conference proceedings. This month we've received the proceedings of the Eleventh Systems Administration Conference (San Diego, October 26-31), and the Conference on Domain-Specific Languages (Santa Barbara, October 15-17).
You may check books out using your business card as your library card; you
must be on the membership list to check books out. Books are due at the meeting
following the one in which they are checked out. If you don't
return your library books by the next meeting, you might find
yourself on our overdue book list.
We count on you returning books on time so that other members
may have the chance to use them as well.
Last Updated: 17 November 1997.
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