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{{i18n|Sandbox}}
 
{{DISPLAYTITLE:新標題}}
 
'''Welcome to the ArchWiki. Feel free to train your Wiki editing skills on this page.'''
 
{{警告|警告警告}}
 
{{Article summary start}}
 
{{Article summary text|My text.}}
 
{{Sandbox|Sandbox}}
 
{{Article summary heading|Links}}
 
{{Article summary link|Archlinux.org|http://archlinux.org}}
 
{{Article summary heading|See also}}
 
{{Article summary wiki|Category:Sandbox}}
 
{{Article summary end}}
 
  
{{Sandbox|expansion}}
 
 
{{Sandbox}}
 
 
Some pointers to learn the right syntax:
 
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Cheatsheet
 
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:How_to_edit_a_page
 
* http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Documentation
 
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Table
 
 
<br><hr> <!-- Your stuff goes below this line, okay? -->
 
 
{{:Sandbox/New Entry}}
 
 
szcrsex {{ic|a}}aa</code> rxsrse
 
 
szcrsex {{ic|a}}aa</code> rxsrse
 
 
drvtv {{ic|a}}aa</tt> restdf
 
 
<code>a
 
aa</code>
 
 
{{bc|
 
a}}</pre>
 
 
{{ic|aaa
 
bbb}}
 
 
==Arch linux==
 
 
archlinux is the best linux distro available.
 
 
ǝlqɐlıɐʌɐ oɹʇsıp xnuıl ʇsǝq ǝɥʇ sı xnuılɥɔɹɐ
 
 
#<!-- floating sidebar? -->
 
#<div class="toc" style="position:fixed;left:0;bottom:0;width:139px;height:120px;">This is a test</div>
 
 
This is <pre style="display: inline;">inline</pre> maybe?
 
 
Maybe <pre style="display: inline; padding: 0.1em 0.2em;">this one</pre> can be inline instead... (am I really discussing even here???)
 
 
#**abcds <br>
 
--------[[Image:Tango-two-arrows.png]]
 
#**sdfaf
 
# pacman -S foo bar
 
 
{{ic| fsdgsdfgdhdfgh}}
 
 
 
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=A very big heading=
 
 
这里可以使用中文吗?
 
test test 321
 
BLAH TEST
 
 
{{Keypress|Return}}
 
 
# cat /boot/vmlinuz26 > /dev/dsp
 
# pacman -S foo bar
 
 
Pacman utils
 
 
$ pacman -Ss <the-name-of-a-package>
 
$ sudo pacman -S <the-name-of-a-package>
 
 
or (as root)
 
 
# pacman -Ss <the-name-of-a-package>
 
# pacman -S <the-name-of-a-package>
 
 
{{hc|File Name|File Content}}
 
 
{{Note|Note text}}
 
 
{{Tip|Tip text}}
 
 
{{Warning|Warning text}}
 
 
{{ic|pacman --sync --refresh --sysupgrade}}
 
 
{{ic|/etc/rc.local}}
 
 
{{Progressbar|13}}
 
{{Progressbar|50}}
 
 
{| border="1"
 
| A || B
 
|-
 
| C || D
 
|}
 
 
== Q and A ==
 
Q: Isn't is possible to add remote image files to wiki?
 
 
A: No. The setting is disabled. Contact a wiki admin to upload images
 
to the wiki, which can then be used as such:
 
 
That's a test!
 
 
[[Image:Tango-two-arrows.png]]
 
 
=Top Level Heading (title)=
 
 
==Article headings==
 
===Inner headings===
 
====Innerer headings====
 
=====Innererer headings=====
 
======Inest headings======
 
=======Aargh!=======
 
 
==And Here's the Code==
 
line1
 
line2
 
line3
 
line4
 
line5
 
==And Here's the Code==
 
(second part)
 
 
==OK. Another heading==
 
= Columns =
 
== Testing columns ==
 
<div style="float: left; width: 50%; border: 1px ">
 
* Info for first column
 
More info for first column
 
</div><div style="float: left; width: 50%">
 
* Info for second column
 
More info for second column
 
</div>
 
[[#Columns]]
 
 
== Testing two ==
 
{| border="1" width="100%"
 
| <span style="color: #ff9900"><b>FEATURE RICH</b></span>                                                                  <ul>
 
<li>CGI, FastCGI, LSAPI, PHP, Servlet/JSP, Proxy</li>
 
<li>SSL, IPv4, IPv6</li>
 
<li>Best Ruby on Rail support</li>
 
<li>Apache compatible .htaccess support</li>
 
<li>mod_security compatible request filtering</li>
 
<li>Apache compatible URL rewrite engine</li>
 
<li>MS FrontPage Server Extension</li>
 
</ul>
 
|<span style="color: #ff9900"><b>FAST</b></span>
 
<ul>
 
<li>Up to <b>9</b> times faster than Apache</li>
 
<li>PHP performance increases 50%</li>
 
<li>Best Ruby on Rail performance</li>
 
<li>3 times faster than Apache in SSL</li>
 
<li>Efficient CGI daemon</li>
 
<li>High performance Perl daemon</li>
 
<li>SSL Hardware acceleration</li>
 
</ul>
 
|-
 
|<span style="color: #ff9900"><b>USER FRIENDLY</b></span>
 
<ul>
 
<li>Easy installation</li>
 
<li>Automatic PHP Setup</li>
 
<li>Easy server management through Admin GUI</li>
 
<li>Apply changes on the fly</li>
 
<li>Real-time service monitoring</li>
 
<li>Automatic update agent</li>
 
<li>Virtual host template configuration</li>
 
</ul>                                         
 
|<span style="color: #ff9900"><b>SECURE</b></span>
 
<ul>
 
<li>Strictest HTTP request validation</li>
 
<li>Deny any buffer-overrun attempts</li>
 
<li>Anti-DDoS: Throttling &amp; Connection Accounting</li>
 
<li>System overloading prevention</li>
 
<li>Chroot web server process</li>
 
<li>CGI/FCGI/LSAPI/PHP/RUBY suEXEC </li>
 
<li>Virtual host chroot</li>
 
</ul>
 
|-
 
|<span style="color: #ff9900"><b>RELIABLE</b></span>
 
<ul>
 
<li>Watch Dog monitoring</li>
 
<li>Recover from service failure instantly</li>
 
<li>Zero down time graceful restart</li>
 
</ul>
 
|<span style="color: #ff9900"><b>SCALABLE</b></span>
 
<ul>
 
<li>Small memory footprint</li>
 
<li>Thousands of concurrent connections</li>
 
<li>Increase scalability of external web applications </li>
 
</ul>
 
|-
 
| colspan="2" |<span style="color: #ff9900"><b>EASILY FIT INTO YOUR EXISTING WEB INFRASTRUCTURE</b></span>
 
<ul>
 
<li>Apache interchangeable, operate directly from Apache httpd.conf</li>
 
<li>Web hosting control panel compatible: cPanel, DirectAdmin, Plesk, etc</li>
 
<li>Migration from other web servers is quick and easy </li>
 
<li>No need to purchase extra hardware to cope with your current web server's lack of performance</li>
 
<li> Or have LiteSpeed serve as a content accelerator, compression proxy or security guard in front of your current web/Application server, improving performance, scalability and security.</li>
 
</ul>
 
|}
 
 
== Extra two ==
 
{| border="1" width="100%"
 
| <span style="color: #ff9900">'''FEATURE RICH'''</span>                                                                 
 
 
* CGI, FastCGI, LSAPI, PHP, Servlet/JSP, Proxy
 
* SSL, IPv4, IPv6
 
* Best Ruby on Rail support
 
* Apache compatible .htaccess support
 
* mod_security compatible request filtering
 
* Apache compatible URL rewrite engine
 
* MS FrontPage Server Extension
 
|<span style="color: #ff9900">'''FAST'''</span>
 
 
* Up to '''9''' times faster than Apache
 
* PHP performance increases 50%
 
* Best Ruby on Rail performance
 
* 3 times faster than Apache in SSL
 
* Efficient CGI daemon
 
* High performance Perl daemon
 
* SSL Hardware acceleration
 
|-
 
|<span style="color: #ff9900">'''USER FRIENDLY'''</span>
 
 
* Easy installation
 
* Automatic PHP Setup
 
* Easy server management through Admin GUI
 
* Apply changes on the fly
 
* Real-time service monitoring
 
* Automatic update agent
 
* Virtual host template configuration                                         
 
|<span style="color: #ff9900">'''SECURE'''</span>
 
 
* Strictest HTTP request validation
 
* Deny any buffer-overrun attempts
 
* Anti-DDoS: Throttling &amp; Connection Accounting
 
* System overloading prevention
 
* Chroot web server process
 
* CGI/FCGI/LSAPI/PHP/RUBY suEXEC
 
* Virtual host chroot
 
|-
 
|<span style="color: #ff9900">'''RELIABLE'''</span>
 
 
* Watch Dog monitoring
 
* Recover from service failure instantly
 
* Zero down time graceful restart
 
|<span style="color: #ff9900">'''SCALABLE'''</span>
 
 
* Small memory footprint
 
* Thousands of concurrent connections
 
* Increase scalability of external web applications
 
|-
 
| colspan="2" |<span style="color: #ff9900">'''EASILY FIT INTO YOUR EXISTING WEB INFRASTRUCTURE'''</span>
 
 
* Apache interchangeable, operate directly from Apache httpd.conf
 
* Web hosting control panel compatible: cPanel, DirectAdmin, Plesk, etc
 
* Migration from other web servers is quick and easy
 
* No need to purchase extra hardware to cope with your current web server's lack of performance
 
*  Or have LiteSpeed serve as a content accelerator, compression proxy or security guard in front of your current web/Application server, improving performance, scalability and security.
 
|}
 
test
 
 
== Tesztrész ==
 

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