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openSUSE 11.1 Reference Guide
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28.9 For More Information

The package apache2-doc contains the complete Apache manual in various localizations for local installation and reference. It is not installed by default—the quickest way to install it is to use the command zypper in apache2-doc. Once installed, the Apache manual is available at https://localhost/manual/. You may also access it on the Web at SUSE-specific configuration hints are available in the directory /usr/share/doc/packages/apache2/README.*.

28.9.1 Apache 2.2

For a list of new features in Apache 2.2, refer to Information about upgrading from version 2.0 to 2.2 is available at

28.9.2 Apache Modules

More information about external Apache modules from Section 28.4.5, External Modules is available at the following locations:







28.9.3 Development

More information about developing Apache modules or about getting involved in the Apache Web server project are available at the following locations:

Apache Developer Information

Apache Developer Documentation

Writing Apache Modules with Perl and C

28.9.4 Miscellaneous Sources

If you experience difficulties specific to Apache in openSUSE, take a look at the openSUSE wiki at https:// The history of Apache is provided at This page also explains why the server is called Apache.

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