basically on 6.5 you really do NOT install anything
the now one year OUT OF DATE from the VERY LAST UPDATE in the old 6.5 repos is MISSING well a YEARS!!! worth of security updates
if this is a OFFLINE system not connected to the net ( not a big issue)
but if this machine is ONLINE then a very big problem
you are missing a YEARS worth of security updates and fixes
upgrade to 6.6 then install the apache software group
BIG AND BOLD !! i am in the camp that thinks that for the first few LAMP stack installs that you DO EVERYTHING manually and by hand !!!
that way one LEARNS!!! how to set up and configure the Apache software
-- it is a VERY complex bit of software and is VERY easy to set up VERY INSECURELY
-- source builds from the ground up for what apache needs --
but if not then do a LOT of reading
this UPGRADES to 6.6
yum --releasever=6.6 upgrade
see " yum --help " for the help page
reboot and reinstall third party drivers as needed
and from that list you should see "web server "
yum groupinstall "Web Server"
then go to http://127.0.0.1:80
and see the Congratulations you installed the Apache web server page
then the HARD PART
setting it up and configuring it and installing a CMS and log stats program and everything else
( ps. i am partial to the CMS " GeekLog" )