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Setting Up an Apache Web Server on ServerStadium’s Cloud Instances

Apache HTTP Server is one of the most popular web servers due to its power, flexibility, and support. This tutorial will guide you on how to set up an Apache web server on your ServerStadium cloud instance.

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Step 1: Register Your Account

If you haven’t done so already, register an account on our Registration Page. After successfully creating your account, you’ll gain access to your personal Cloud Dashboard.

Step 2: Add Your Cloud Instance

From your Cloud Dashboard, click on the ‘Add VM’ button. Here, you’ll find a variety of cloud instance options. Choose one that suits your needs and budget. For additional guidance, refer to our Pricing Page.

Step 3: Install Apache

Once your cloud instance is ready, connect to it via SSH and install Apache by running the following commands:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install apache2

You can verify the successful installation of Apache by typing apache2 -v in your terminal, which should return the version of Apache installed.

Step 4: Configure Your Apache Web Server

Upon successful installation of Apache, your web server is almost ready. Apache’s default configuration file is located at /etc/apache2/apache2.conf. You can edit this file to customize your web server’s settings.

Step 5: Test Your Web Server

Finally, you can test your web server by opening your web browser and navigating to http://your_server_IP_address. You should see the Apache default welcome page, which confirms that your web server is working correctly.


Congratulations! You’ve successfully set up an Apache web server on your ServerStadium cloud instance. You’re now ready to host your own websites and web applications.

For more tutorials and guides, be sure to visit our Knowledge Base.

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