Apache, an open-source and most widely used web server across the world. Originally known as the ‘Apache HTTP Server’, is now widely known as ‘Apache’. Reputed for its security, stability and reliability, 67% of all the web-servers is run by using this server. This article is all about installing, configuring and creating server blocks for the Apache server on Ubuntu 18.04 system.
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