The commonly used name for the UNIX daemon that implements a HTTP server. HTTPD listens for requests sent to the TCP/IP port assigned to HTTP.
(HTTP daemon): The daemon (or listener) program that runs on a Web server, listening for and ready to respond to requests for Web documents or CGI based services.
The httpd server is the web server. Web clients, such as browsers like Netscape or Mosaic, send messages to httpd servers on the machine identified in a URL. The return messages from these servers are the data that is displayed to the user.
Hyper-text Transfer Protocol Daemon a computer program which manages the transfer of hyper-text and multimedia documents over the internet. Available free from NCSA.
a daemon responsible for dealing with, or serving, hypertext transfer protocol requests
a program to serve information, much in the same way that NCSA Mosaic is a program to browse information in the World Wide Web
a sample fill-out form server (the same server used in the examples above, actually) and will provide a good model for writing your own servers
a web server that is now obsolete but is, after all, the granddaddy of Apache
a World-Wide Web (WWW) server supporting transaction privacy and authentication for Secure WWW clients over the Internet using the Secure HyperText Transfer Protocol (S-HTTP)
HTTP Daemon, a WWW server for UNIX written at NCSA. NCSA's WWW server for MS-Windows is WinHTTPD.
HyperText Transfer Protocol Daemon.
Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Daemon. Functionally, think of this as the technical component for a Web server. It is a program that serves information using the HTTP protocol.
HTTP daemon, a program that serves information using the HTTP protocol. The Netscape Communications Server is often called an httpd.
Apache hypertext transfer protocol server, see the section called "The Apache Web Server".
Apache hypertext transfer protocol server, see Section 10.2.3.1.
The HTTP daemon, the UNIX name for the Web server.
An abbreviation for the HTTP daemon or service, a program that serves information using the HTTP protocol. The Enterprise Server is often called an HTTPD.
NCSA HTTPd is an HTTP/1.0 compatible server for making hypertext and other documents available to web browsers.
This acronym means "HTTP daemon", and refers to the firewall's standard proxy for HTTP, which is installed as part of the Raptor software.