I'm having a problem with getting Apache working on my server, and now I'm hoping you can help me get things on the right track!
I've recently gone from having Fedora on my server to installing Arch. And I'm having slight problems getting Apache's HTTP service to work.
First, I did pacman -S httpd, which obviously enough didn't find any packages, so I went looking in Arch's database list, and there I found a http service called thttpd, but I had problems setting it up(Because I'm kind of a newbie), so I went looking some more, and stupid as I am, I didn't think of using "pacman -S apache", so I did it, and it said there was a conflict with thttpd, so it asked me if I wanted to remove it. So I thought "sure, I'll just uninstall thttpd and everything will be fine!", but now I can't do /etc/rc.d/httpd start, it just gives me a huge red [FAIL].
And when I try accessing my http in my browser, I see this
. Now I have no clue what to do to switch over to the httpd service.
Thanks in advance!