A web server is a program that responds to network requests over the HTTP or HTTPS protocol.

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Which is better for product level web server: RHEL/Ubuntu Server/Debian/CentOS

We are planning to setup a linux based web hosting solution, which should include an HTTP server, SMTP server, mongoDB and Java. We want to understand which distribution is better for this purpose. ...
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Ubuntu vs Debian for server

What would be a better choice for a web server, Debian or Ubuntu? I mainly use Python & PostgreSQL with Nginx and sometimes PHP & MySQL. What are pros/cons of each?
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How to access web server running on Palm Pre from another machine?

I have a Palm Pre, and I've installed my webserver on it, it listens on port 8080. It works, when I open 192.168.1.104:8080 on the Pre's browser (that's the IP address of the device, I've failed with ...
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how do I configure stunnel to serve https

I'm wondering if anyone has configured https using stunnel without using apache or any web server. I will be using this to replace our hudson build system which currently is running via apache https ...
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How can I make a process I start during an SSH session run after the session has ended? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Keep SSH Sessions running after disconnection. I have a process which is basically a web-server, I start it during an SSH session. However, when I leave the session (by ...
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svn and webserver files ownerships

I've an issue with files ownerships. I have a drupal website and the "files" folder needs to be owned by "www-data" in order to let the users to upload files with php. However I'm now using svn and ...
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Linux advice for datalogging machine

I've been asked whats the cheapest/easiest/most reliable way to use Linux as a webserver/mysql DB machine. Is it going to be buying a really old PC and putting Linux on it or what i'd rather do is get ...
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Quick way to host a webserver on localhost

I'd like to make the contents of a folder available at http://localhost:PORT/, temporarily. A very basic http server. I already know about, $ python -m SimpleHttpServer or ( this seems like the ...