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    Default Get apache online

    Hello everyone, i am a user of backtrack final 4.
    I want to get my apache server online, how can I do that?

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    Default Re: Get apache online

    Im hoping you're not intending to use BackTrack as an Internet accessible web server...

    Anyway, there is a startup script for Apache in /etc/init.d/.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lupin View Post
    Im hoping you're not intending to use BackTrack as an Internet accessible web server...

    Anyway, there is a startup script for Apache in /etc/init.d/.
    I know how to setup apache but yes i want bactrack as an internet accessible web server.
    Nothing is wrong with that.
    It's just for a short time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by errorman View Post
    I know how to setup apache but yes i want bactrack as an internet accessible web server.
    Nothing is wrong with that.
    It's just for a short time.
    If you already know how to "setup" (actually start up is the correct term in this case) Apache then I don't understand what you wanted from us. As long as your BackTrack system has the Apache service started and has an Internet accessible IP address (or appropriate port forwarding in place), it's good to go.
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    Well if you know how to set up apache you should also know how to make it accessible from the internet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KMDave View Post
    Well if you know how to set up apache you should also know how to make it accessible from the internet.
    I ask you guys for a solution not for something else.
    This is a forum, people are here to help people like me.
    So again, how can i get my apache server online?

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    Quote Originally Posted by errorman View Post
    I ask you guys for a solution not for something else.
    This is a forum, people are here to help people like me.
    So again, how can i get my apache server online?
    Wow what a way to win friends and influence people on the internet.
    Here's an idea cowboy, before you go getting yourself infracted or banned here, try looking on your favourite search engine for more info on how to setup apache.
    Further we are here to help people who help themselves, that means it is not our job to do your homework and or research for you.
    Second all help here is free, and freely given so if you don't like it feel free to go elsewhere we won't miss you.

    We do not tolerate members being necessarily contrite to the moderation or administration team.
    If you have a problem with one of them take it up with them or another member per PM and not here on the forum.
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