w3server is yet another HTTP server. It uses multi-threading and is very small. It does not support full HTTP 1.0, but it may be useful for other projects which just need a minimal HTTP server or for educational purposes. It was tested on an older Solaris system and on a current GNU/Linux system (Gentoo using Linux 2.6.15 and gcc 3.3.6).
w4ais is a gateway between a forms-capable Web browser and an indexing/search program, based on the old EIT wwwwais program. This new version is tested completely with swish 1.2 and above, and should still work with freeWAIS. This version allows easy and thorough customization of the search page look and feel, and includes help and various utilities to install and configure multiple interfaces for various users or sites on a single system.
Wapsh allows users to login to a Unix workstation using a WAP-capable mobile phone. Features include shortcuts (to save phone typing), input of control and other special characters, command history, and searching and scrolling through long shell output. Wapsh automatically adapts to the main WAP browsers (UP and Nokia), and uses configuration files to further tailor the system for specific phones. A corresponding HTML (Web) interface is also included.
web-cp is a Web hosting control panel. It consists of 4 control panels: personal, domain, reseller, and server. It allows domain owners to add new users and aliases, and allows users to update their personal information. Resellers can control their domain accounts and the server administrator controls all functionality. Scripting, shell access, SSI, etc. is all controlled from a top-down approach. web-cp is designed for Unix-like systems and is not distribution specific. It currently supports Red Hat, Fedora, Debian, FreeBSD, Slackware and likely others.
Webfs (a.k.a. webfsd) is a simple HTTP server for purely static content. You can use it to serve the content of an FTP server via HTTP, for example. It can also be used to quickly export some files by starting an httpd server in a few seconds, without editing config files first. It knows how to use sendfile() on linux and FreeBSD. There is also sendfile emulation code which uses read()+write() and a userland bounce buffer; this allows one to compile and use webfs on systems without sendfile(). The stripped binary is less then 32Kb, making it great for floppy distros, recycled hardware, embedded systems (cramfs/romfs/flash disk) and other resource-limited environments.