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GAdmin-HTTPD

GAdmin-HTTPD is an easy to use GTK+ frontend for Apache. It features management of default servers and multi-vhosting, users, and modules. It handles configuration import and creation, manual editing, access and error log browsing, and more.

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  •  28 Nov 2011 02:14

    Release Notes: Deletes .htaccess files when the last user is removed. Fixes a possible startup crash. Indentation fixes and cleanups.

    •  12 Aug 2010 23:26

      Release Notes: The configure option SERVER_PIDFILE was added. AddLanguage was fixed for modules and addons. The default configuration allows localhost.localdomain to view the server-status by default. The following type of option values are automatically adjusted if a configuration merge has been executed: $APACHE_RUN_USER, $APACHE_RUN_GROUP, and $APACHE_PID_FILE typically if using an external envvars file.

      •  16 Apr 2010 10:42

        Release Notes: Extended status matching was added for when the httpd proc cmdline becomes empty for some reason. Status color and missing server color are set. Transfers can be viewed and clients can be kicked. A requirement for wget was added. Handling of additional listen options was improved. Many variants of include files are handled. "AddDefaultCharset Off" is used by default. mod_file_cache.so and mod_mem_cache.so were removed from the standard configuration. Document roots are created if they are missing.

        •  02 Apr 2008 20:36

          Release Notes: This release adds automatic configuration backups. It adds missing options. It uses user/group www-data for standard Debian defines. It changes "AllowOverride None" to "AllowOverride AuthConfig". It fixes major version detection. It works out of the box for Fedora. There are some code cleanups.

          •  27 Mar 2008 06:37

            Release Notes: Per-directory .htaccess handling of virtual users was added. The standard configuration now uses "AllowOverride AuthConfig" for the www root directory. The Autoinstall file was updated with Debian settings for apache2. The code was cleaned up.

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