|OK, Bill. Thanks!
Let me test my understanding of this. I can continue to run my Red Hat
Linux 7.2 out of the box (as far as apache is concerned). But when I
want to focus on WebWork, I control Apache 2.0 by using one of the
/usr/local/apache2/bin/httpd -k start
/usr/local/apache2/bin/httpd -k stop
/usr/local/apache2/bin/httpd -k restart
Then, with Apache2 started, I can access the desired html pages via the use of port 8888 in my URL.
I was successful in displaying the Apache 2.0 default start page when I used the URL http://localhost:8888. Similarly, the Apache 1.3 default start page is displayed when I omit the port number 8888.
Hopefully, I am on the right track with this. Let me know if you disagree (I will put on my thick skin.)
I'm ready, I guess, to get serious about building a WebWork course on my IBM PC (described below):
400MHz IBM PC300L/IBM mouse/IBM 101-key keyboard
6.4GB hard drive
48x cdrom drive
NIC (to access my modem and printer on Win2K)
Sound card/speakers/microphone (the day for these is coming soon)
My thanks to Bill Ziemer for all his support.
Richard M. Woodward
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