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How to setup a webserver at home  ( Redhat 9)

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This might be an old question but can anyone show me step by step how to make my webserver go online.  I'm able to see the Apache test page when I type http://localhost in the browser.  I have a cable internet with a static IP address. I have a Linksys router.  In the router config, I have opened port 80 and pointed it to this computer. I can connect to my webserver from outside when I run Window. But if I switch to Redhat, type in my IP, the browser doesn't know where to go.

Thank in advance
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