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I installed Fedora on a computer. I wanted to learn Linux and Python and Apache, as well as other programs. It said these programs came with Fedora, but I can't ...
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    I installed Fedora on a computer.
    I wanted to learn Linux and Python and Apache, as well as other programs.
    It said these programs came with Fedora, but I can't seem to be able to find them.
    I can find simple applications like Open Office apps, but how do I enable or find Python, Apache or any other programs that are run on Fedora.

    thanks for your time and information.

    Breyes111

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    I'm more of a Debian user, so I can't say so much about Fedora, but I think you will need to look in your package manager.

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    Is the computer connected in internet if so type the command in the shell
    yum install httpd*
    yum install Python*

    Or you can find the RPMs in the DVD or cd which you installed fedora
    go to the directory which you have the RPM

    type the
    rpm -ivh httpd...(version)
    Regards
    David Anand
    -->Success is the list of failures ...!!!

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