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By jasto ·
I want to run apache on out network server.

who can tell me how to set up things.

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by Linuxian In reply to apache

Load Apache, put your web page in /home/httpd/html/ with the default doc as index.html and run with it.

--Perhaps you should narrow your question just a little.

It wouldn't hurt to visit Barns & Noble either. Linux 6 Unleashed is an excellent book to start with if you need an overview of Linux along with Apache config tips. Setting up Apache is rather simple once you do it once or twice.

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by fishaq In reply to apache

Perhaps it would help if you specified which flavor and version of Linux you are running.

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by joshnarins In reply to apache

Your main resource should be
http://www.apache.org
You can there download the latest version (1.3.11) and you'll have a .tar.gz file while you can gunzip and tar xvf to create
a source tree. You'll want to do this in /usr/local. You'll need
rootprivileges to do some of the rest of it though. There are README and INSTALL files in the Apache source tree, but even after you have set those up, you'll need to set up
your /usr/local/apache/httpd.conf file, which
can be the trickiest bit. Although it is well commented, you may find getting the Apaloosa book by O'Reilly is very useful. The full title is the Apache Definitive Guide. The httpd.conf file has close to a hundred configurables, which I can't go into here.

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by m42 In reply to apache

If you're using RedHat, SuSE, Mandrake or some other flavors of Linux, the chance is it's already running :)
To check point your browser to http://localhost/
If you get some info then your apache server is already running. Now, to configure it, check http://www.apache.org and search for documents and info...

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by xiopus In reply to apache

You can usually get apache running very simply by using the linuxconf tool - as others have mentioned though you should check apache's web site (there are some security tips you need to read).

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