The latest version of the Apache 2.x Web server for Ubuntu and Kubuntu systems is provided in the apache2 package in the Ubuntu repositories. You can use any of the package management tools discussed in Chapter 23 to install that package. When installing Apache from the command line using aptitude, I suggest that you use the -r option so that recommended packages are also installed. Regardless of whether you're using a command-line or graphical tool, I suggest that you install both the apache2 and apache2-doc packages.
"^f^jTïfëBSB you '"stalled your system from an Ubuntu server CD and chose the Install a LAMP server piliK&fea&raSSQuB option, the Apache 2 Web server was installed as part of your LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and perl) server installation. You can ignore this installation section and move on to the rest of the chapter (although you may want to install the Apache2 documentation).
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