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Installation of Apache on Linux

Chandrasekhar Mangipudi
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HI.How to install APACHE ON LINUX . Can you give me step wise process .......

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Rob Spoor
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It depends on your Linux distribution. For Ubuntu, you just need to start Synaptic, look for Apache and install it. For other distributions there are similar techniques. For others you will have to install it manually.


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Tim Holloway
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... And for the Red Hat/CentOS/Fedora distros, Apache is usually pre-installed as part of the base system install. Especially if you select the "server" configuration option.


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