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How to install Apache web server on Fedora

Editor: Since switching from Apache to Nginx years ago, I haven’t installed Apache on anything, even on my local servers. If you’re like me and need a refresher on how to install it on Fedora, this guide will help.

One of the most common uses for any Linux system is as a web server. By far the most prevalent and famous web server is Apache. Apache is readily available in Fedora in pre-packaged form. You can use it to host content and applications for free anywhere you have a server.

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Installing Apache

First, install the software packages for the Apache server. The recommended way to install the server is in a group of related packages. Continue reading

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