Cheyenne Secure Web Server 1.0

Cheyenne Secure Web Server (SWS) is a comprehensive enterprise solution for Apache server.

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GPL (GNU General Public License) 
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Inventive TI
ROOT \ Internet \ HTTP (WWW)
Cheyenne Secure Web Server (SWS) is a comprehensive enterprise solution for Apache server. Cheyenne Secure Web Server combines http firewall, JAVA, PHP, PERL and a domain control system with Apache HTTPD platform.


Minimum Linux kernel version 2.4.18, 2.6.10 or newer. Red Hat Linux 6.0, Debian 2.1, and SuSE 6.2 (or later) installations should work.
Intel pentium class 233 MHz (or faster) processor
128 MB of RAM
350 MB of free hard disk space

Running the Installer:

java -jar cheyenne1.0-*.SW.jar

After the installation process it will be necessary to create a new domain in order to generate the necessary configuration files needed to run the Cheyenne Secure Web Server, to do this run the script:


This script will display help text instructing as to how to create and manage Cheyenne domains.

All domains are located in the domains directory


Once finished the domain creation the Cheyenne is ready for testing and use.

To start the Cheyenne Secure Web Server run the script with "start" argument follow by the domain name.

$CHEYENNE_HOME/ start domain

This command will start the Jetty and Apache instances.

You can have multiples domains running, just select the domain you want to start and run it.

Test the Cheyenne Server instances with a browser

To test the Cheyenne enter the address in your browser, specifying the selected port:


If all goes as expected, you should see the Cheyenne Welcome Page.

Congratulations your Cheyenne Server is Ready!!

What's New in This Release:

This version is only available for Linux systems. Future versions will also be available for Solaris and Windows systems.

Last updated on June 8th, 2007

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