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how do i know that apache is running or not??

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how do i know that apache is running or not??
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on linux :
ps -aux |grep apache

in window  you can see it  with taskmanager  - process apache


also:
netstat -a  to see if something is listening on port 80.


most apache came configurated for loopback adress localhost, so you can type in browser : http://localhost and you should get a  pacge from apache
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If you installed Apache as a Windows service it is also viewable in

Control Panel -> Administritive Tools -> Services

You can also start and stop it from here.
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