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NOTE: CentOS Enterprise Linux is built from the Red Hat Enterprise Linux source code. Other than logo and name changes CentOS Enterprise Linux is compatible with the equivalent Red Hat version. This document applies equally to both Red Hat and CentOS Enterprise Linux.

10.9. Additional Resources

To learn more about the Apache HTTP Server, refer to the following resources.

10.9.1. Useful Websites

10.9.2. Related Books

  • Apache Desktop Reference by Ralf S. Engelschall; Addison Wesley — Written by ASF member and mod_ssl author Ralf Engelschall, the Apache Desktop Reference provides a concise but comprehensive reference guide to using the Apache HTTP Server at compilation, configuration, and run time. This book is available online at

  • Professional Apache by Peter Wainwright; Wrox Press Ltd — Professional Apache is from Wrox Press Ltd's "Programmer to Programmer" series and is aimed at both experienced and novice Web server administrators.

  • Administering Apache by Mark Allan Arnold; Osborne Media Group — This book is targeted at Internet Service Providers who aim to provide more secure services.

  • Apache Server Unleashed by Richard Bowen, et al; SAMS BOOKS — An encyclopedic source for the Apache HTTP Server.

  • Apache Pocket Reference by Andrew Ford, Gigi Estabrook; O'Reilly — This is the latest addition to the O'Reilly Pocket Reference series.

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux System Administration Guide; Red Hat, Inc. — Contains a chapter about configuring the Apache HTTP Server using the HTTP Configuration Tool and a chapter about configuring the Apache HTTP Server Secure Server.

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux Security Guide; Red Hat, Inc. — The Server Security chapter explains ways to secure Apache HTTP Server and other services.

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