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apache-icons - Alternative icons for Apache autoindex

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NAME

apache-icons - Alternative icons for Apache autoindex

DESCRIPTION

"The Apache HTTP Server is the world’s most used web server software." — Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apache_HTTP_Server)
 
apache-icons provides alternative icons for Apache autoindex.

DOWNLOAD

•Upstream Releases: https://files.open-infrastructure.net/software/apache-icons/upstream
 
•Upstream Sources: https://sources.open-infrastructure.net/software/apache-icons
 
•Debian Releases: https://files.open-infrastructure.net/software/apache-icons/debian
 
•Debian Sources: https://sources.progress-linux.org/users/daniel.baumann/debian/packages/open-infrastructure-apache-icons

INSTALLATION

SOURCE

1.sudo apt install asciidoc git docbook-xml docbook-xsl libxml2-utils make xsltproc imagemagick librsvg2-bin
 
2.git clone https://sources.open-infrastructure.net/software/apache-icons
 
3.cd apache-icons && sudo make install

DEBIAN 9 (STRETCH) AND NEWER

•sudo apt install apache-icons

UBUNTU 16.10 (YAKKETY) AND NEWER

•sudo apt install apache-icons

DEVELOPMENT

Bug reports, feature requests, help, patches, support and everything else are welcome on the Open Infrastructure Software Mailing List:
 
•https://lists.open-infrastructure.net/listinfo/software
 
Please base patches against the next Git branch using common sense:
 
•https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/SubmittingPatches
 
Debian specific bugs can also be reported in the Debian Bug Tracking System:
 
•https://bugs.debian.org

KNOWN LIMITATIONS

Changing from one icon set to the other requires a reload of the apache webserver.

USAGE

The default icon theme is determined by the /usr/share/apache-icons/default (and /usr/share/apache-icons/default.conf respectivly) file.
 
On Debian based system "sudo update-alternatives --config apache-icons" can be used to automatically select the active icon theme (including the default apache icons).
 
The following themes are available:
 
•awesome-png: Font Awesome based, PNG format
 
•awesome-svg: Font Awesome based, SVG format
 
•tango-png: Tango Icons based, PNG format
 
•tango-svg: Tango Icons based, SVG format
 
The SVG themes are preferable because they are sharper and scale losless. They require somewhat modern browsers though.
 
An example of the tango-svg theme can be seen on https://files.open-infrastructure.net. Font Awesome:
http://fontawesome.io/
Tango Desktop Project:
http://tango.freedesktop.org/

AUTHORS

•Daniel Baumann <daniel.baumann@open-infrastructure.net>
20170701 apache-icons