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Old 08-30-2007, 12:10 AM   #1
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LXer: My Application of the Day: Kochizz for Apache2 Configuration


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As anyone who ever tried to set up an Apache2 web server may know, this can be an insanely complicated task, because the thingie can use multiple configuration files at once, which are included and nested into each other with (you guessed it?), Include directives. Kochizz makes that job much easier now... [....] ...you get Linux, Windows as well as Mac OS X versions... for free. Not least because the license is GPL v2...


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