Installing and configuring the Apache web server is not difficult. Once your web server is up and running, other Internet users can view and download documents within the web-enabled directories on your Linux system. This section explains the installation and configuration of Apache, the most popular web server on the Internet.
the Package Management Tool to install the Web Server package group,
which contains the Apache web server. This package group contains
over two dozen optional packages. Unless you specifically require the
support they provide, you should deselect them before initiating the
installation. However, you should not generally deselect the
redhat-config-httpd package, which is helpful in
When you install Apache, the procedure may fail owing to missing packages. It appears that Red Hat’s developers erroneously specified some required packages in the Apache web server package group as optional. Select the following packages for installation and try again:
Configuring a web server can be as easy or as difficult as you choose. Like other web servers, Apache provides seemingly countless options. As distributed with Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora Core, Apache has a default configuration that generally requires only a little tweaking before use. Apache’s configuration files reside in the ...