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14.2 > Network > darkhttpd (1.12)

darkhttpd is a simple and secure static HTTP server.

Features:

* Single binary, no other files.
* Standalone, doesn't need inetd or ucspi-tcp.
* No messing around with config files -- all you have to specify is
the www root.
* Written in C -- efficient and portable.
* Small memory footprint.
* Event loop, single-threaded -- no fork() or pthreads.
* Generates directory listings.
* Supports HTTP GET and HEAD requests.
* Supports Range / partial content. (Try streaming music files or resuming
a download.)
* Supports If-Modified-Since.
* Supports Keep-Alive connections.
* Can serve 301 redirects based on Host header.
* Uses sendfile() on FreeBSD, Solaris and Linux.
* BSD license.

Security:

* Can log accesses, including Referer and User-Agent.
* Can chroot.
* Can drop privileges.
* Impervious to /../ sniffing.
* Times out idle connections.
* Drops overly long requests.

Limitations:

* Only serves static content -- no CGI.

Maintained by: Leonard Schmidt
Keywords: web server,http,httpd,www,server
ChangeLog: darkhttpd

Homepage:
https://unix4lyfe.org/darkhttpd/

Source Downloads:
darkhttpd-1.12.tar.bz2 (d0d483a92f7af8f1c667d9e23e754280)

Download SlackBuild:
darkhttpd.tar.gz
darkhttpd.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Individual Files:
README
darkhttpd.SlackBuild
darkhttpd.info
slack-desc

Validated for Slackware 14.2

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