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i have redhat 9.0. so i have apache install do i need to config the apache, and how do i do this from the command line. all i know at ...
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    need help in apache config


    i have redhat 9.0. so i have apache install do i need to config the apache, and how do i do this from the command line. all i know at this point is that it's running cause i check the status. but i don't know if it's config right

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    mcedit is a command-line editor which is pretty friendly and you probably have it on your system.

    mcedit /etc/apache/httpd.conf

    Remember that everytime you make any changes to the config file you must restart Apache so those changes make effect. To restart you have to either "service restart httpd" or "apachectl restart".

    Of course that you must do all this as root (including editing its config file).
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    apache redhat 9.0

    yea i know but what are the setting to run apache

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    If you start the Apache service you will have it working without making any changes to the config file, unless you want to do something specific.
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