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How to install Apache on Fedora: 2-Minute Linux Tips

Network World | Jul 23, 2021

In this Linux tip, learn how easy it is to install Apache on Fedora. The first thing you need to do is run a command to install the software. Then, you can run other commands to ensure it starts when your system reboots, to view Apache processes, to uninstall it and more.

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Hi, this is Sandra Henry-Stocker, author of the “Unix as a Second Language” blog on NetworkWorld.
In this Linux tip, we’re going to check out how easy it is to install Apache on Fedora.
The first thing you need to do is run a command like this to install the software:
Once it looks like the process is complete, you might want to just ask the system where httpd is on your system and take a quick look at it:
Once Apache in installed, you would run a command like this to start it:
To ensure that it starts whenever the system is rebooted, use a command like this:
To view the Apache processes once it's running, use a command like this:
To view processes and listening ports, you can use commands like these:
If you decide to uninstall Apache, you would use commands very similar to those used to install it:
If you open a browser at this point, you'll get a test page indicating that Apache is running, but you haven't customized its contents.
That’s your Linux tip for installing Apache on Fedora.
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