Setting Up Apache Server on a Raspberry Pi 3: SSH, FTP, and Python SimpleHTTPServer on the Raspberry Pi
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by: Braxton VanGundy
Implement a public-facing Apache web server on the Raspberry Pi 3. Start by installing a headless Raspbian operating system and use SSH and FTP clients to interact with it on a Pi. Following the installation of Raspbian, you’ll set up Apache on the Pi and configure it to host a basic experimental website. Finally, you’ll configure Apache and a router to make your website public facing so that anyone outside your local network can access the site via an IP address.