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Ah, for the second time in two posts PROVIDE YOUR DISTRO NAME then we can tell you what to do!
It could be a case of making the httpd or apache2 file executable in /etc/init.d/ it could be a case of writing a script to do that, it could be a case of putting 'httpd' or 'apache2' in the /etc/rc.local file. It depends exactly what you're trying to achieve and with which distro.
Anyway, I'm gonna leave this for someone who uses FC3 cos it may well be different to what I'm used to. Did you install it using your package manager or from source? If you install from package manager it usually puts the right files in place.