Linux can host a bunch of webservers. In fact, except the IIS webserver which runs only on Windows or other Windows derivatives, Linux is capable of hosting any webserver. Apache, CERN httpd, IBM http servers, jigsaw and Roxen are all various web servers that can provide Linux hosting. Ultimately, the user needs to decide based on his comfort level with the webservers for any kind of hosting. The most popular one among these is the Apache webserver, which hosts almost 50% of the sites on the Internet. As a result, the user can find many online support resources on umpteen sites. Many system administrators have experience with the Apache web server. Since Apache is open, many eyes have looked at it from a security perspective and much vulnerability has been removed from the web server. Moreover, it is compatible with most Operating Systems including FreeBSD and Windows too. If one looks hard enough, one can also find GUI based tools of accessing the Apache webserver.