[TriLUG] khttpd ?
Sinner from the Prairy
Tue, 26 Mar 2002 15:44:18 -0500
On Dimarts 26 MarÁ 2002 03:32 pm, Jeremy P wrote:
> I was reading through some old press releases on the 2.4 kernel, and found
> a number of ereferences to something caleld "khttpd" which is supposed to
> be a "Kernel web daemon". It looks like kttpd is a kernel module, and all
> configuration is done by echo'ing stuff to appropriate locations in
> /proc/sys/net/khttpd/ . It works by responding to all web requests for
> static files; dynamic content requests are then passed on to your nomal
> web server. In the latter case kttpd acts apparently acts as a proxy.
> Does anyone use this? How does it get along with more complex features of
> Apache (rewrite rules, SSL, authentication, etc)? Or is this another one
> of those "good ideas" that never really got seriously implemented?
Sounds like Tux, the Kernel webserver
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