Enterprise Java for Linux HOWTO 
Download, Installation, and Setting up Your Environment 
Rather than downloading from Apache, I suggest you initially try the Apache that most likely came with your
Linux distribution. 
Alternatively, Apache can be obtained from 
Confirming Your Installation 
To confirm that Apache is installed and running on your computer, open your web browser, and enter the
URL: "".  ( is the IP address for the localhost.) 
You should see a web page to the effect of "It Worked!" 
If it did not work, you can confirm that Apache is installed by typing the following on a RedHat Package
Manager (RPM)-based Linux distribution. 
rpm -q | grep apache
To start Apache, type: 
cd /etc/rc.d/init.d
./httpd start
Note: The httpd script used at boot time may be in a different location on other Linux distributions. 
For more assistance, I suggest you look into the Apache FAQ at 
3.2 IBM Domino 
To be written. 
for more information. 
3.3 IBM HTTP Server 
The IBM HTTP Server is an IBM repackaging of Apache.  You might consider using the IBM HTTP Server if
you plan on working with IBM WebSphere. 
At the time of this writing, the most recent version is 
The IBM HTTP Server can be obtained from
Click on the download link and select 56-bit or 128-bit SSL encryption. 
Download, Installation, and Setting up Your Environment 






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