Apache is an open-source web server software that is widely used to serve web pages and applications on the internet.
Apache is available on Linux, as well as other operating systems
Apache is highly configurable and supports a wide range of features, including virtual hosting, SSL encryption, etc.
Apache can be custemized using configuration file, usually located at /etc/httpd/ directory.
Apache logs all incoming requests, as well as errors and other information, to log files
Apache is also known for its security features, including access control, password protection, and SSL encryption
Apache is often used in conjunction with other open-source software, such as database and PHP, to create a complete web development stack
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