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Linux Mandrake v8.0 and apache

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Hi,
my version of mandrake doesn't appear to have apache installed on it.  Whats the easiest most foolproof way of obtaining and installing apache for mandrake.

If you can post the links that would be helpful.

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peewee
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Apache is on the distribution CD-ROMs - look for the RPM files and install them.

If you don't have the distro CD-ROMs them go to http://rufus.w3.org/linux/RPM/contrib/libc6/i386/Groups.html to find the RPMs

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newmang,
how should i install with RPM?

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rpm -i apache.x.x.x.rpm

NB, you will have alot of dificulty in future if you want to have a more advanced apache...You will have to search for the pre-compiled "advanced"-apache.rpm and install that...
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