FULL apache2 reinstall by apt-get it's possible including configfiles, etc?

Eduardo J. Vega Arguedas edvega en racsa.co.cr
Mie Oct 11 00:06:28 BST 2006

By mistake I delete the /etc/apache2

So I want to re-install apache and have the default configuration files and
default directories created.

If I do an apt-get install apache2 it create the /etc/apache2/ directory but
it's missing the apache2.conf, http.conf, etc dirs

So I need to have a full apache installation that overwrite the old one and
that install default directories as well as the old configuration files.



-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:ubuntu-es-bounces en lists.ubuntu.com] On Behalf Of Alvaro Carrillanca
Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2006 5:03 PM
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Subject: Re: FULL apache2 reinstall by apt-get it's possible including
configfiles, etc?

> Hello Guys.. I screw apache2 installation so I need to re-install it


> But when I do a apt-get apache2 it will not create or overwrite
> directory !!
> I try by using the –reinstall parameter and no luck… how could I do a FULL
> Complete re-installation including configuration files and other dirs from
> package?

Well I think that I don't understand it, do you want to remove the old
Do you  need to overwrite it?


Alvaro J. Carrillanca P.
Estudiante 7º semestre Ingenieria en Gestion Informatica
Universidad Tecnologica de Chile Sede Puerto Montt
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