Article:
  Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 1
Subject:   Difference Between OS X Client and Server?
Date:   2002-04-26 12:46:21
From:   aly77
"There's a powerful Apache web server built in to every Mac OS X computer. Kevin Hemenway shows you how to start serving web pages within minutes, then he gives you the tools for advanced techniques that seasoned system administrators use every day." Is the quote at the top of one of your pages here. I thought that Apache is only built into OS X Server? Is the full version also on the client OS X? Do you know where I can find a reference to the differences (if any) between OS X Server and client?
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  • Morbus Iff photo Difference Between OS X Client and Server?
    2002-04-26 18:40:00  Morbus Iff | O'Reilly Author [View]

    Apache and a number of other Linux applications are built into every OS X box. They're full versions (in the Linux world, there's really no such thing as "crippled", "shareware", "demo", or what have you). The benefits of OS X Server include pretty GUI frontends to most of these programs - customizing the mail and web server through pretty aqua windows. With enough effort and knowledge, everything possible via the GUI under OS X Server is possible under OS X Client.