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Managing Software via RPM in SUSE Linux Enterprise
In this hands-on lab, we will be using the RPM command to manage our software installations. This may be something you are tasked with to show your proficiency with software management tools.
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Using a File from the Packages List, Get the Package Version for the Apache2 Installation
Run the following commands:
rpm -ql apache2 rpm -qf /var/lib/apache2
In the `default-server.conf`, Modify the Document Root
List the configuration files to locate the
rpm -qc apache2
Modify the configuration file:
sudo vim /etc/apache2/default-server.conf
Change the section dealing with document root — we need to change two places.
# # Global configuration that will be applicable for all virtual hosts, unless # deleted here, or `overriden` elswhere. # DocumentRoot "/srv/www/htdocs" . <<<-- change this line # # Configure the DocumentRoot # <Directory "/srv/www/htdocs"> <<<-- change this line # Possible values for the Options directive are "None", "All", # or any combination of: ...
# # Global configuration that will be applicable for all virtual hosts, unless # deleted here, or overriden elswhere. # DocumentRoot "/var/www/htdocs" <<<-- to this line # # Configure the DocumentRoot # <Directory "/var/www/htdocs"> << -- to this line # Possible values for the Options directive are "None", "All", # or any combination of: ...
Use Rsync to Copy the Old Doc Root to the New Doc Root and Create an `index` File Containing the string `new doc root`
rsyncto synchronize the doc root:
sudo rsync -avr /srv/www /var
index.htmlfile in the new doc root with the string
new doc root:
cd /var/www/htdocs/ sudo touch index.html sudo vim index.html <<< ensure you put the string into the index.html file>>>
Verify the Package Files and Ensure the `server-default.conf` is Listed as Changed. Start Apache2 and Ensure the New `index` Loads.
Run the following:
rpm -V apache2
Start Apache and check the index:
sudo systemctl start apache2 curl 127.0.0.1
The result should be the string inserted in the previous task.
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