Need help getting started with Linux

Posted on 2006-05-05
Last Modified: 2013-12-06
I recently installed Fedora Core v 4.0 on my computer.  I've set it up as a server and used as a tutorial in setting it up.  I am now stumped on 2 Installing And Configuring The Rest Of The System.  I am not familiar with linux commands and would appreciate some help on this matter.  if you could also show me how I would go about configuring fedora and the rest of the server as well as installing apache, PHP and FTP then I would be greatly appreciative.    Thanks a lot.
Question by:Tempting_Fate
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    To install apache, PHP and FTP
    You can choose those packages during the intallatoin.

    BR Dushan
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    Open up a terminal and type the following commands:

    su -

    Once you have entered su - you will need to enter your root password

    then type:

    yum update
    yum install php
    yum install vsftpd

    Thats it all done
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