Apache2 is an open-source web server that is widely used for hosting dynamic websites and web applications. If you’re a Termux user, you can easily install Apache2 on your device and start hosting your own websites.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to install Apache2 in Termux:
- Update the Termux repository index: Before you install Apache2, you need to make sure that the Termux repository index is up to date. To do this, open Termux and run the following command:
- Install Apache2: Once the repository index is updated, you can install Apache2 by running the following command:
pkg install apache2
- Start Apache2: After the installation is complete, you can start the Apache2 server by running the following command:
- Verify the installation: To verify that Apache2 is installed and running correctly, open your web browser and navigate to
http://localhost:8080. You should see the default Apache2 page, which confirms that the installation was successful.
- Stop Apache2: If you need to stop the Apache2 server, you can run the following command:
With these simple steps, you can install Apache2 in Termux and start hosting your own websites.