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An introduction to web serving with OS X Internet
In their online MacDevCenter, O'Reilly Press has published an article by Kevin Hemenway titled Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 1.

This first article in a series provides a basic introduction to enabling the OS X web server and setting up a very basic web page. Future articles promise to delve into enabling CGI and other more advanced topics.

I've added the link to the links page (which is now approaching 100 OS X related URLs!) for easy future reference.
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Part two now online...
Authored by: morbus on Dec 17, '01 09:22:36AM
In his previous article, Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 1, Kevin Hemenway showed you how to easily start serving web pages from your Mac OS X computer. In this second part, he explores the world of CGI access, along with enabling Server Side Includes.

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Part three now online...
Authored by: robg on Jan 10, '02 11:23:01AM
This time, Kevin Hemenway (aka Morbus Iff) moves forward with a look at PHP and access control.

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Part four now online...
Authored by: robg on Jan 30, '02 11:29:58PM

The focus this time is on reader questions.



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Parts Five and Six now available...
Authored by: robg on Apr 26, '02 09:23:13AM
Part Five was mentioned in a hint while I was on vacation in early March, and Part Six details the various Apache modules available on OS X.

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