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How to install and run Apache Web Server in Ubuntu Linux - Learn Online

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20 comments

  1. Very good video like always.. Which desktop recording software are you using for ubuntu.

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  2. When he typed ipconfig and not ifconfig...
    I died..

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  3. Vaibhav Raj Mishra1 March 2017 at 15:38

    how such type of people who don't know ifconfig and gedit come with tutorial ...

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  4. when i tape "apt-get install apache2" i get this error "impossible to correct the problems, defective packets are in "keep the state"

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  5. Lucas Araújo Cassiano Dias1 March 2017 at 15:38

    It is very helpful.

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  6. brian van vlymen1 March 2017 at 15:38

    i cant said thank you enough! I apprecicated your tutorial on youtube.

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  7. Hi i have some problems i hope you can solve them :))
    1.I tried to install apache2 then it sayed it is already installed.
    2.I tried to write my IP adress of ubuntu OS in URL and it showed me a message: "It works!"
    3.But the problem is i dont know the path it is not same as you are saying in video,so how can i find my apache2 path ?? in which folders ??
    Thank you very much! Your videos are cool you are helping me a lot !!!

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  8. can i run asp on apache?

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  9. Aygerim Sauletkhan1 March 2017 at 15:38

    Thank you :)

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  10. How would you utilize CSS with this? Also, how do you set up your domain name?

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  11. Thanks for this tutorial!

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  12. Thanks so much! I really wanna run one on my dedi!

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  13. AlucardRomania1 March 2017 at 15:38

    Thank you.

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  14. try typing services apache2 restart.
    Also check the ports.conf file to make sure it's listening on port 80.
    This can also be done by typing into the console
    netstat -an
    check which port is listed next to something like "www" or "127.0.1.1"
    Let me know if this helps!

    edit: sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart should restart the server. But I think what I put might also do it. Im not at my home computer so i cant check.

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  15. +KayDot....thanx 4 the info....it works

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  16. But when i typed localhost in my browser it shows me the following message :
    Not found
    The request URL / was not found on this server.
    Apache/2.4.7(Ubuntu)server at localhost port 80


    What to do??
    Plz tell me..

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  17. tom lukeywood.1 March 2017 at 15:38

    THANK YOUUU VERY VERY VERY MUCH!!!

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  18. The best way to restart services, at least on debian based servers, sudo service apache2 restart

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  19. tom lukeywood.1 March 2017 at 15:38

    just a tip CTL L clears screen!

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  20. Sohrab Quraishi1 March 2017 at 15:38

    Hay brother its really awesome your videos are unique in youtube specially java it helped me much
    Appreciate you ya brother

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