i have got red hat linux 6.o installed on my machine and i want to configure it for apache web server. is it built in or do i have to downlad it from www.apache.org? if i have to download ,can someone help me with the step by step instructions of downloading into the linux machine and installing it?
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Redhat by default installs Apache but to make sure it is installed try this.  rpm -qa | grep apache this should return a version if installed.  If not go to one of the Redhat mirror sites and download the latest Apache rpm.  Also you can go directly to www.apache.org.  If it is installed apache docs, cgi etc will be located in the /home/httpd directory.

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