Introduction: Install Apache on Rpi 1/2/3

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Today i'm going to show you how to install an apache server on raspberry pi 1/2/3

Apache 2.0 on raspberry pi 1/2/3

First, connect to your Raspberry Pi 1/2/3 via SSH.

Secondly There’s likely to be updates to install, so go ahead and install them using this code:

“sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade”.

Next lets install the latest apache with this code:

“sudo apt-get install apache2 apache2-utils”

Enter your raspberry pi’s ip address this will bring you to the main website.

If you are looking to move your files to the apache server move them to /var/www/html the easiest way to do this is by using filezilla or cyberduck to move the .html files.

To start the webpage use: sudo apachectl start.

To stop the webpage use:sudo apachectl stop.

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Bio: my name is Matthew, I love programming, I also like building stuff and have won the coolest projects in 2016
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