The Rootage web server
Rootage - a multi-platform web server. Since Rootage created using technology Java, it can run on any platform that supports java-virtual machine (JVM). Server tested on Windows and Linux.
What can Rootage?
•As with all popular web servers, he listens to the 80th (HTTP) and 443rd (HTTPS) port on the computer accepts requests from browsers and produces in response to pages or files
•The content can be static or dynamically created using servlets (servlets) or CGI-applications. Servlets run on the well-known technologies J2EE. As a CGI you can use the PHP-interpreter.
•While working in a specific folder on the server are written in the log files (system, errors, queries, debugging). Rotation of each log can be adjusted individually.
•parallel with the open exchange of requests and responses between client and server, Rootage supports secure data transfer using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer).
Installing and Running
1.Unpack the archive into a folder from which you will operate the program;
2.Run the batch file ! run_win_server.bat (Windows) or run_linux_server.sh (for Linux). The server is ready to accept requests to localhost
Must take into account that by default is configured listen on ports 80 and 443, which require the Linux root user privileges. Therefore, in the script sh made running through sudo .
3.To change the domain name or port, you need to edit the file / WEB-INF/rootage.xml
4.Stop the server is possible through the console: Type in a string stop and then y
|Order:||Click here to purchase full version|
|Program type:||Freeware - $0.00|
|Install support:||No Install Support|
|Operating system:||Android, Java, Linux, Linux Console, Linux Gnome, Linux GPL, Linux Open Source, Mac OS X, Mac Other, Unix, Win2000, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, WinServer, WinVista, WinVista x64, WinXP, Other|
|File size:||270 K|
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