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This newbie wants to test if apache is running
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    This newbie wants to test if apache is running

    I installed Centos6.5 webserver option. With some research, I was told what to change within apache to run it as a single user (from the same system (localhost 127.0.0.1). I am in the learning process. Those instructions included installing openssl.

    That said.
    System-->admin-->Services shows that apache is suspended. Command ps -ef | grep httpd (or grep apache) does not show any apache process active.

    What do I check for to test that apache is functional? I have been researching apache setups. LHN has chapter 20, that I am perusing and looks great. But this is new territory for me.

    I am anxious to learn.

    Any helpful advice will be investigated

    Thanks

    Leslie

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    If it's installed correctly, Try: service httpd start
    and then http://localhost from the same machine you installed it on, or try browsing to the IP address of the server you installed it on.

    JS
    PI in Oklahoma City

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    I am using Centos 6.5 (soon Centos7). "Systemctl start httpd" starts apache and "systemctl enable" thereafter assures that after a reboot, apache restarts. I am following LHN chapter 20, as I want to install wordpress locally, and subsequently, run wordpress at a host.

    I am surprised how information in a step by step example does not exist or hidden from search engines. LHN is one large step above the rest. More as I make progress.

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    I found links, and some library books that were just great.

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