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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.
Linuxtopia - CentOS Enterprise Linux Reference Guide - Moduli predefiniti

10.6. Moduli predefiniti

Nel Server HTTP Apache sono disponibili alcuni moduli. Per default i moduli indicati qui di seguito sono installati e abilitati con il pacchetto httpd in Red Hat Enterprise Linux4:

mod_access
mod_actions
mod_alias
mod_asis
mod_auth
mod_auth_anon
mod_auth_dbm
mod_auth_digest
mod_auth_ldap
mod_autoindex
mod_cache
mod_cern_meta
mod_cgi
mod_dav
mod_dav_fs
mod_deflate
mod_dir
mod_disk_cache
mod_env
mod_expires
mod_ext_filter
mod_file_cache
mod_headers
mod_imap
mod_include
mod_info
mod_ldap
mod_log_config
mod_logio
mod_mem_cache
mod_mime
mod_mime_magic
mod_negotiation
mod_proxy
mod_proxy_connect
mod_proxy_ftp
mod_proxy_http
mod_rewrite
mod_setenvif
mod_speling
mod_status
mod_suexec
mod_unique_id
mod_userdir
mod_usertrack
mod_vhost_alias

Sono inoltre disponibili i moduli seguenti installando pacchetti aggiuntivi:

mod_auth_kerb
mod_auth_mysql
mod_auth_pgsql
mod_authz_ldap
mod_dav_svn
mod_jkz
mod_perl
mod_python
mod_ssl
php

 
 
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