Posted: January 06, 2019 08:13:16The Apache Software Foundation has just announced a new project to help developers of applications with multiple programming languages (i.e.
Java, Python, Ruby, PHP, etc.) install and configure their application servers in a safe and easy way.
Apache Software Foundation is working with the OpenSSL project, OpenSSL and the Apache Software Freedom Initiative to provide this “open-source” PHP server to the PHP community.
The OpenSSL Apache server is designed to allow applications to be installed on different platforms (Linux, Windows, OS X) and has been available since early 2017.
The new Apache Apache Apache 2 “OpenSSL” server is aimed at developers of PHP applications with PHP-FPM.
This new Apache server allows them to install and run Apache on Linux, Windows and OS X. The Apache OpenSSL installation script is designed for the new OpenSSL 1.1.2 release of Apache, so it should be compatible with those releases.
The PHP Apache server will run in the Apache Linux distribution.
There are several other versions of Apache and PHP available on Apache and the new Apache OpenSsl server is part of that group.
The OpenSSL version of the new PHP server will be a fully-featured Apache 2 server.
It will also run on all the popular PHP-based PHP web servers (Apache, Nginx, PHPStorm, etc.).
Apache OpenSSL will run on both Linux and Windows platforms and can be installed using a combination of the following commands:Once the server has been configured, Apache will be able to access the internet, and PHP applications will work without any restrictions.
It is expected that Apache will also support the latest version of PHP in the future.
Apache Open SSL is an open-source project and is supported by many software companies including Symantec, IBM, Red Hat, Google, Facebook, Yahoo and more.
The PHP OpenSSL server is based on Apache 1.2.4, so you should not expect any changes to the existing PHP version.
The Apache OpenSSLServer is also designed to be compatible and compatible with the latest PHP release, so if you are running Apache 1 and PHP 2 on the same server, the new server will work.