I am trying to get apache up and running.
OK, step 1:
rpm -qa | grep httpd
I do that and lo & behold I get version info!
open the /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf file in any text editor
yup I'm stumped.
I tried my rusty old DOS dir command to see if maybe I could "cd" drill my way down to that file and shoot off a hail mary "open httpd.conf" in hopes that a text editor would swoop in, show me the file and give me an editing interface. No luck there, although i did get this list upon my "dir" command
anaconda-ks.cfg exit install.log install.log.syslog
During my install I loaded FC4 and chose the default options for server only, no desktop OS.
[root@localhost ~#] is the prompt I'm working from. It's white text on a black screen, that's what my machine loads to after i type my root and pass.
I typed "man ?" and didn't see much help there, and I can't seem to get back from that screen to my regular prompt either.
I'm obviously missing some very basic stuff. I could sift back through my Red Hat Fedora and Enterprise Linux 4 Bible, chapter 4 looks promising: "using linux commands". But it speaks of a shell, I'm not operating from this shell am I? Isn't that a no GUI command prompt for the desktop OS and not this server install I have going?