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-Apache 1.2.4 is now available. This is a maintenance release, with numerous -bug fixes from 1.2.1 (Apache 1.2.2 was never released and Apache 1.2.3 was -available for two days only). The 1.2 series has been well tested and is a -stable platform. If you are running any beta of 1.2, or any older version of -the Apache HTTP server, you should upgrade to this release for both stability -and security reasons. - -
Important Note:We just discovered a bug in 1.2.3 -for mod_proxy. Proxy users should apply the patch in the -1.2.3 patch directory or directly -use the current 1.2.4 release which includes this patch. +Apache 1.2.5 is now available. This is a maintenance release, with +numerous bug fixes from 1.2.4, including a few security-related fixes. +The 1.2 series has been well tested and is a stable platform. If you +are running any beta of 1.2, or any older version of the Apache HTTP +server, you should upgrade to this release for both stability and +security reasons.
-Download Apache 1.2.4 | +Download Apache 1.2.5 | New Features in Apache 1.2
-Apache 1.3b3 is the second public beta of the forthcoming Apache 1.3 Server. -Apache 1.3 includes several new enhancements, improvements and -performance boosts, but the most visible addition is the ability to run -under Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 and 95. At present it is available in source -format only, so a compiler is neccessary to use it (Microsoft Visual C++ -5.0 for Windows). If you are using, or had previously tried the -1.3a1 or 1.3b2 releases, please upgrade to 1.3b3 at your earliest convenience. - -
Important Note: Apache 1.3b1 was never formally -released. Thus, the first public beta release was 1.3b2. Since 1.3b3 is -still a beta release, it undoubtedly has its share of warts and bugs. -Although it has been tested somewhat strenuously, your mileage may vary. +Apache 1.3b3 is the second public beta of the forthcoming Apache 1.3 +Server. Apache 1.3 includes several new enhancements, improvements +and performance boosts, but the most visible addition is the ability +to run under Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 and 95. A compiled NT/95 binary +version of the server is now available as a separate download.
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There are known problems with older versions of the Java -class libraries and the HTTP/1.1 protocol used by Apache 1.2 and other -servers. See our page describing the -JDK 1.0.2 compatibility issue for -details.- -
Apache has been the most popular web server on the -Internet since April of 1996. The November 1997 WWW server site survey by Netcraft -found that more web servers were using Apache than any other -software. Apache and its derivatives totaled 49.97% of all web -sites on the Internet. +found that over 50% of the web sites on the Internet are using Apache +and its derivatives - thus making it more widely used than all other +web servers combined.
The Apache project has been organized in an attempt to answer some of the concerns regarding active development of a public domain HTTP