open-source HTTP server for operating systems like UNIX, its variants and Windows. Apache is a secure and efficient server providing HTTP services compliant with the current HTTP standards.

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Is BSD license compatible with Apache?

Can I develop a BSD-licensed software that extends an Apache-licensed software (and vice-versa)?
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How are Apache HTTP Server and Apache Tomcat related? (If at all)

I currently have Apache httpd running on a production Ubuntu VPS server. I write php scripts. I'm interested in learning Java and I was wondering how I would go about writing some server-side Java to ...
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Is it acceptable to work around Apache's .htaccess nonsense in another language?

I'm getting sick of all of Apache's quirks, and I'm considering starting to avoid .htaccess as much as I can in favor of writing actual, predictable code. It would be easy and straightforward to ...
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Why do I have to keep my open source software license in the root?

Nearly all open source software licenses require (or at least lawyers generally suggest they require) users to include the full license in the root of the project that they are protecting. One lawyer ...
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Why two CGI scripts with the same URL can't run simultaneously? [migrated]

I start two instances of this Perl CGI script approximately simultaneously: #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; print "Content-Type: text/plain\n\n"; print "Started at: " . time; sleep 10; ...