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Old 11-04-2005, 12:26 AM   #1
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Configure Apache


How can i configure apache [ httpd ] server in redhat 9

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I havent used the redhat linux but most linuxes put the config files in the /etc folder
so you should find the file you want in /etc or /etc/apache (or simular).

If you are using apache 1 the file will be called httpd.conf with apache 2 the configuration files are spread out between about 3 files.

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if apache is running then
http://localhost/manual should bring up all
the apache documentation.

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