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    jenmead NNTP User

    Default new bee apache questions

    Hi forum users, I am new to linux and opensuse. I have downloaded all of the apache modules I could find, here is the list:

    borg:/ # rpm -qa | grep apache
    apache2-example-pages-2.2.10-2.5
    apache2-mod_python-3.3.1-147.35
    apache2-utils-2.2.10-2.5
    apache2-mod_perl-2.0.4-40.12
    apache2-prefork-2.2.10-2.5
    apache2-devel-2.2.10-2.5
    apache2-doc-2.2.10-2.5
    apache2-2.2.10-2.5
    apache2-mod_php5-5.2.9-0.1.1

    However I don't have the "apachectl" command anywhere to be found. I assume I need it. Anyone know which module I need to add -or- if some other command replaces it?

    Thanks for any help,
    Jen

    PS - I am new to linux but have been doing unix admin for several years. Hey I like linux....

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    Default Re: new bee apache questions

    Your post is not clear, can you explain in details.
    Did you get any errors,problems?

    You want to use it with PHP or...?

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    Default Re: new bee apache questions

    I did some googling and it seems that apachectl can be used for (myabe among other things) starting and stopping Apache.

    On openSUSE you can do this with YaST > System > System Services (runlevel). Look for apache2, Select, Activate and Finish.
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: new bee apache questions

    The program is apache2ctl. However it's better to use the standard startup script /etc/init.d/apache2.

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