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How to start an Apache 2 server or service in Linux?

MELVIN GEORGE
Hi, I'm Melvin George, A web developer, and a blogger.
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To start an Apache 2 server or service, we can use the systemctl command-line utility followed by the start apache2.service command in Linux.

# Starts apache 2 service
sudo systemctl start apache2.service
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What is systemctl?

  • The systemctl is a command-line utility that is used to control and manage the systemd services.
  • It is widely used with web server services like Apache, Nginx, etc.

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