Fix the HTTPD “Name or service not known” problem

Resolve error name or service not known

Once you have set up a new domain you will be faced with this error when starting the apache web server: All this even if the domain you have configured is apparently correct. The solution is located under one of the server configurations: In it, the new domain created to […]

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Question mark and query strings in Apache Rewrite Rules

The apache rewrite module is very useful for defining precise URLs according to our needs, hiding also what we don’t want to expose to the final user. The RewriteCond means “execute the next RewriteRule only if this is true”. An example can be a redirect in the case of image […]

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Simple operations with HTTPD

configuration and operations with Apache HTTPD

I want to show you today how to do little operations and configurations when you have to setup a new application on an Apache HTTPD installation.The following are classic daily operations that a system administrator does, which can be tricky if done once in a while. Configure a virtual host […]

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Building with Apache Maven

Maven is an Open Source project made by Apache and today we will build with it. It is a very powerful tool in terms of code compilation and development team collaboration. The heart of a Maven project is the pom.xml configuration file. One of the most important features of Maven […]

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A Comprehensive Guide to Apache HTTPD htaccess

In the realm of Apache web servers, the htaccess file wields considerable power. This hidden configuration file allows fine-grained control over specific directories, enabling customization beyond the main server configuration. This guide delves into the intricacies of .htaccess, empowering you to leverage its potential for various website optimization and security […]

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