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Re: Suggestion for potato httpd ?

On Tue, Mar 07, 2000 at 03:26:45PM +0000, Igor Mozetic wrote:
> I'm looking for suggestions for a simple web server to be
> installed on several machines, just for local use
> (eg, reading html info/manpages). In slink, there was ncsa,
> which is gone from potato. What remains:
> - apache and roxen seem an overkill

Why is Apache overkill?  It's a 312 KB binary, has a memory footprint of
about a MB by default.  It works.  Why not use it?

> - cern-httpd is outdated?
> - dhttpd has no cgi support
> - boa ?
> -Igor Mozetic
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