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First Peek at XBian on the Raspberry Pi 2
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  • Globule
    Globule is a module for the Apache Web server that allows a given server to replicate its documents to other Globule servers. Clients are automatically redirected to one of the available replicas.
  • Maverix
    Maverix is an AOLserver module that implements SMTP protocol and acts as SMTP proxy with anti-spam and anti-virus capabilities. It includes Web interface to manage quarantined messages and administrative interface based on OSSWEB.
  • mod-apache-snmp
    Apache SNMP Module allows you to monitor different configuration and status values of the Apache Web server using SNMP.
  • mod-cidr
    mod-cidr is a way to perform hash lookups based on the inbound connection source in a network router style. This module is useful for geo-location or net block lookups. Information is set in the server headers retrieved from a CDB hash. Lookups are extremely fast since the CDB interface is very quick.
  • mod-pop
    mod-pop is a simple Apache 2 module to provide POP (Post Office Protocol) authentication for restricting site access to users who can provide valid POP credentials.
  • mod_asn
    mod_asn is an Apache module that uses BGP routing data to look up the autonomous system (AS) and the network prefix (subnet) which contains a given (client's) IP address. mod_asn is highly scalable.
  • mod_bt
    mod_bt behaves like a BitTorrent tracker. As well as supporting the full BitTorrent tracker specification, it has several other useful options, most notable of which is seamless integration with the webserver.
  • mod_defensible
    mod_defensible is an Apache 2.x module intended to block spammers using DNSBL servers.
  • mod_dns
    mod_dns provides efficient and configurable hostname lookups, similar but better than Apache's core directive. The module uses a shared memory cache to store recently resolved hostnames. By default the cache uses 200k of shared ram, and will cache up to 1024 ip/host pairs.
  • mod_dnsbl
    mod_dnsbl allows administrators to block content based on a black listing classification.
  • mod_dnssd
    mod_dnssd is an Apache HTTPD module which adds Zeroconf support via DNS-SD using Avahi.
  • mod_domaintree
    mod_domaintree is a hostname to filesystem mapper for Apache2. It maps host names like to a filesystem tree like $prefix/com/example/www/$suffix. It can optionally strip the www prefix of host names.
  • mod_dynloadbalance
    mod_dynloadbalance offers dynamic load balancing in cooperation with DNS.
  • mod_epp
    mod_epp is an implementation of the upcoming Extensible Provisioning Protocol "EPP" based on Apache2 server. Feature the Apache2 module mod_epp, EPP demo CGI's plus an EPP supporting database scheme.
  • mod_failover
    mod_failover provides dynamic failover in cooperation with DNS.
  • mod_ftpd
    mod_ftpd allows Apache 2.0 to accept FTP connections. This allows the FTP component to take advantage of Apache's authentication system, filters and module support to easily extend the FTP server.
  • mod_index_rss
    mod_index_rss provides RSS output for directories. Sites that publish mainly static content to directories (whether images, html...) can use it to have dynamic lists of their content.
  • mod_mmap_dynamic
    mod_mmap_dynamic is a reverse caching solution for the Apache Webserver. Its requires Apache 1.3.24 or higher and currently requires Linux kernel headers for test and set. It may compile on other OS's if you copy asm/atomic.h and satisfies its #includes.
  • mod_oai
    The aim of the project is to create the mod_oai Apache software module that will expose content accessible from Apache Web servers via the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH).
  • mod_random
    provides three services: a redirector, provides environmental variables that can be used for doing ad banner systems and that it can be used to display entire pages of random html
  • mod_rssindex
    mod_rssindex creates a non-recursive RSS 2.0 feed of the directory contained in the HTTP Request
  • mod_savi
    mod_savi is a Sophos Virus-Scanning Integration Module.
  • mod_sql
    mod_sql is an XML Namespace Module that builds on mod_dbd to implement SQL handling in XML applications with mod_publisher or mod_xmlns.
  • mod_tunnel
    mod_tunnel is a simple Apache 1.3.x module that can be used to create TCP tunnels using your web server.
  • mod_whois
    mod_whois receives standard WHOIS queries and rewrites them into standard HTTP requests. After the "translation", the request can be processed by the usual mechanisms (mapping to static content, running CGI & PHP scripts, ...)
  • mod_xhtml
    mod_xhtml provides a namespace processor for that serves to ensure XHTML meets the W3C Appendix C guidelines for compatibility with HTML browsers and the text/html MIME type. In addition, mod_xhtml implements Server Side Includes (SSI), both as Apache's comment-driven processing language and as a separate XML namespace processor.
  • mod_xmlns
    mod_xmlns adds XML Namespace support to Apache, and may form the basis of XML-driven publishing systems. It runs as an output filter, so it works automatically with any content generator.

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