Tag: Apache HTTP Server

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Any website's ability to succeed in the ever-changing world of web hosting depends critically on selecting a reliable web server. The legendary open-source web server Apache has shown to be a dependable and adaptable option throughout the years.

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In this guide, you will be shown three simple methods to check the version of Apache running on your Linux server. Apache web server is a widely used software that powers many websites. Knowing your Apache version is important for security updates, compatibility, and troubleshooting. By following these methods, you can easily determine your Apache version and stay informed about your web server's software.

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What is Apache?

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Apache HTTP Server is a free and open-source hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP) web server commonly used on Unix, Linux, and Solaris platforms. Created by American software developer, Robert McCool, it was released in 1995 and quickly obtained a majority hold on the web server market. The primary advantage of Apache is that it is generally free and typically packaged as one-fourth of the LAMP stack.

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