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Old 11th February 2010, 12:57
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Question Apache2 on Centos5.4

Regarding The Perfect Server - CentOS 5.4 x86_64, on the section "12 Apache2 With PHP, Ruby, Python, WebDAV", I wonder how httpd gets installed, if there's no reference to it in the packages.

Can you explain how does it work?

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It gets installed automatically as a dependency. You can also explicitly install it as follows:
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yum install httpd
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Thank you.
Somehow I got blind and I didnt see httpd on the dependencies list.
I repeated the setup and this time httpd was there. BTW what is the package(s), in the provided list, that calls httpd as a dependency?
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