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Q: How to forward subdomain host to proxypass with Apache?

JBisMy node server is listening at However, it responds differently depending on the subdomain. With a standard ProxyPass config (below), the subdomain is stripped. How can I forward the subdomain to the node server? Example 1: Basic Proxy Config: <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName ...

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Mar 7 '16 at 1:54, by Ramhound
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3:29 PM
How many companies make their own ARM CPU? e.g. broadcom, qualcom, now M$. Isn't the ARM is the "property" of Arm Holdings?
@Biswapriyo Arm makes no processors
they make an ISA they licence out
Some companies design their own, some use the reference design.
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5:17 PM
So what does arm give to other companies? I.e. what is the business term? Blueprint? Archive?
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7:39 PM
permission to use the design
I interviewed for ARM inc actually
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9:49 PM
Arm designs processor cores and licenses them to other companies, which can use them as is or modify them. Companies can also license the Arm architecture itself in ordwe to design and produce custom designs.
@Biswapriyo Arm architectural licenses are extremely expensive and are only useful to companies that make their own processors from scratch, like Apple and Qualcomm. In fact, Qualcomm is moving away from fully-custom Arm cores, instead opting to modify existing Arm designs, a much cheaper licensing option.
AMD also had an architectural license and set out to work on a custom Arm core called K12, but it got canceled in favor of Zen.

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