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i am using suse 10 and i was wondering if anyone knows of a easy way to setup apache webserver using a GUI tool. So far i have it running ...
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    Configuring Apache Webserver


    i am using suse 10 and i was wondering if anyone knows of a easy way to setup apache webserver using a GUI tool. So far i have it running with webmin, but i want to configure a website on PORT 80. Thanks

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    webmin is probably the only gui you will find for apache
    have you taken a look at any documents
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    maybe give a better idea of what you want, just saying port 80 doesn't help since thats generally the default of how apache is installed.

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    i have heard of ther GUIs like comanche but icant seem to find the source download for it.

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    I have never even looked for it until now

    here is some links
    Apache Web Server Web interface or GUI Tools
    comanche seems dead

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    thanks for the replies, i guess TkApache seems ok.

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    Webmin is a really useful tool. It also helps with the configuration of mysql, php, webalizer and a host of other cool apps for servers..
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