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    Arrow Is there Apache configuration in Yast?

    I took a quick look after installing openSUSE 11.2 (kde live cd) in Yast and I couldn't see anything for configuring Apache.

    Is there anything in Yast for Apache (and I just didn't notice it) or does something have to be installed before it shows up?

    I'm hoping I'm just blind.
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    Default Re: Is there Apache configuration in Yast?

    Did you install the yast2-http-server package?

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    Default Re: Is there Apache configuration in Yast?

    Quote Originally Posted by ken_yap View Post
    Did you install the yast2-http-server package?
    Is this the whole Apache package, or just a Yast item for the http-server?

    I know that some Yast items show up even when it is not installed (e.g. Samba Server) so I was expecting the Apache one would be there even if Apache wasn't installed (yet).

    I am looking to eventually set up openSUSE as a web server and being able to do the configuration (like virtual machines, file directories,etc.) through Yast would be really, really cool.
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    Default Re: Is there Apache configuration in Yast?

    It's just the GUI for configuring Apache with YaST. I don't know how much it's capable of these days. It's not a big deal to configure Apache by editing a few files, provided you understand the config file layout. There's a logic to the scheme.

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    Default Re: Is there Apache configuration in Yast?

    dragonbite wrote:

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    > ken_yap;2142499 Wrote:
    >> Did you install the yast2-http-server package?

    >
    > Is this the whole Apache package, or just a Yast item for the
    > http-server?
    >
    > I know that some Yast items show up even when it is not installed (e.g.
    > Samba Server) so I was expecting the Apache one would be there even if
    > Apache wasn't installed (yet).
    >
    > I am looking to eventually set up openSUSE as a web server and being
    > able to do the configuration (like virtual machines, file
    > directories,etc.) through Yast would be really, really cool.
    >
    >

    If you look at yast software installation and choose to view the schemes you
    can see a "Web and Lamp server" scheme.
    If you select that you can see on the mright side that all needed apache and
    yast html packages are automatically selected.



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