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15.0 > Network > thttpd (2.29)

thttpd is a simple, small, portable, fast, and secure HTTP server.
Simple: It handles only the minimum necessary to implement HTTP/1.1.
Well, maybe a little more than the minimum. Small: It has a very
small run-time size, since it does not fork and is very careful about
memory allocation. Portable: It compiles cleanly on most any Unix-like
OS. Fast: In typical use it's about as fast as the best full-featured
servers. Secure: It goes to great lengths to protect the web server
machine against attacks and breakins from other sites.


By default the directory to serve through HTTP will be
'/var/www/thttpd'. If you want to change it, execute the SlackBuild as:
# WEBDIR='/opt/www' sh thttpd.SlackBuild

To build and use this package the user/group 'thttpd' is required to
exists in your system. You can add it with:
# groupadd -g 227 thttpd
# useradd -u 227 -g 227 -c "User for thttpd" -d / -s /bin/false thttpd

Maintained by: Yth - Arnaud
Keywords: web server,http
ChangeLog: thttpd


Source Downloads:
thttpd-2.29.tar.gz (849745eeccd12f5eabdd1adc9bdc1567)

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

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Validated for Slackware 15.0

See our HOWTO for instructions on how to use the contents of this repository.

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ftp git cgit http rsync

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