Get started quickly without secure connections: IBM HTTP Server
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Get Started Quickly Without Secure Connections


You do not have to change anything in the configuration file to start the server without secure connections.

 
Applies to AIX

On AIX

Go to the command prompt in the usr/HTTPServer/bin directory and type ./apachectl start. The apachectl utility supports start and other options.

Applies to HP

On HP

Go to the command prompt in /opt/HTTPServer/bin. Type ./apachectl start. The apachectl utility supports start and other options.

Applies to Linux

On Linux

Go to the command prompt in /opt/IBMHTTPServer/bin. Type ./apachectl start. The apachectl utility supports start and other options.

Applies to Solaris

On Solaris

Go to the command prompt in /opt/IBMHTTPD/bin. Type ./apachectl start. The apachectl utility supports start and other options.

Applies to Windows NT

On Windows NT

The server installs as a service, and is set to run automatically. When you reboot, the server will start. You can control the server using the standard Windows NT service control panels.

You can also use the net start and net stop commands. For more information about these commands, see the Windows NT help file. You can also access these commands from the Start Menu. The default location is Start > Programs > IBM HTTP Server.

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