High performance HTTP 1.1 webserver written in Erlang
Yaws is a high performance HTTP 1.1 webserver written in Erlang. It is a
multithreaded webserver where one Erlang light weight process is used to
handle each client. Two separate modes of operation are supported.
This package includes binaries and config to run Yaws in standalone mode
where it works as a regular webserver daemon.
Yaws allows one to use PAM for authentication purposes. Though epam binary
which is used for that isn't suid root (this doesn't allow to authenticate
using shadow system passwords). The local administrator may want to
override permissions for /usr/lib/yaws/priv/epam.
To make it sgid shadow run
dpkg-statoverride --add root shadow 02755 /usr/lib/yaws/priv/epam
To make it suid root run
YAWS(1) User Commands YAWS(1)
yaws - yet another webserver
Yaws is fast lightweight webserver. It can run as daemon or
in interactive mode where it is possible to directly interact
with the webserver. Yaws is particularly good at generating
dynamic content. See the use
YAWS.CONF(5) User Commands YAWS.CONF(5)
/etc/yaws/yaws.conf - Configuration file for the Yaws web
Yaws is fast lightweight web server. It reads a configuration
file called yaws.conf to control its operations. The configu‐
ration contains two distinct parts a global part which
yaws (1.94-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream bugfix release.
* Removed patches introduced
2007-02-08 16:38 klacke
* configure: need to also check in configure after the setuod_drv
This package was debianized by Will Newton <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Thu, 19 May 2005 20:55:25 +0100.
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