Intallation of apache

Asked by Sdas on 2009-08-12

I have Ubuntu 9.04.I want to install Apache2.
I use the command :sudo apt-get install apache2
The results are as:
        Reading package lists... Done
        Building dependency tree
        Reading state information... Done
        E: Couldn't find package apache2

When I am going to install mysql,PHP5, similar kinds of results are shown.

I need it urgent. Please, help me out.

Thanks and Regards,

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pe3k (qyx) said :
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Hi,
can you install any other package via 'apt-get install' ?
Make sure your internet connection is working and that Ubuntu software sources (System->Administration->Software Sources) are enabled and set correctly.
Then put in 'sudo apt-get update' and try again 'sudo apt-get install apache2'.

Good luck.

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Anatoly (camelclub) said :
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Also, please run sudo adept, goto repositories list tab, and make shure that appropriate repository in list is persist. (You can find right repository for apache2 with google)

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Zach Kriesse (zkriesse-deactivatedaccount) said :
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Hi and welcome. This is a doc I wrote concerning this very subject. Mind it's not finished yet but I hope to soon get it finished. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuWithFirebirdDatabase Hope it helps.

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