As installations go, installing Apache on Linux Mint 14 is a breeze. (Configuring it, of course, is substantially more difficult.) To install Apache, type this command at a Terminal window or a command prompt:
sudo apt-get install apache2
(Technically, you’ll be installing Apache 2, the latest version.)
Enter your password to authenticate, follow the default prompts, and apt will download and install the Apache web server for you.
And that’s it! Apache should now be working. To test it from the web server itself, go to a web browser and visit the address http://127.0.0.1 . You’ll remember that this is the “local loopback” address, basically the IP address the local computer uses to refer to itself. Alternatively, you could test it from another computer on the same subnet. For instance, if you installed Apache on a computer with an IP address of 192.168.1.100, you could test it by going to another computer on the same subnet and visiting http://192.168.100 from the web browser.
Regardless, if Apache is working properly, you should see a web page with only two words on it:
Apache is now operational.