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    Question httpd issues...

    Hey guys, I'm trying to start httpd, but it fails every time.

    when I go to /etc/init.d and type httpd it tells me that the httpd.conf file is trying to load modules that it doesn't have installed...I've tried commenting the lines out, but then I have to go and edit more files because I commented those modules out...basically, I want to uninstall and reinstall httpd.


    [root@localhost init.d]# rpm -q httpd
    [root@localhost init.d]# rpm -e httpd-2.2.3-5
    error: Failed dependencies:
            httpd-mmn = 20051115 is needed by (installed) mod_perl-2.0.2-6.1.i386
            httpd-mmn = 20051115 is needed by (installed) php-5.1.6-3.i386
            httpd-mmn = 20051115 is needed by (installed) mod_python-3.2.8-3.1.i386
            httpd-mmn = 20051115 is needed by (installed) mod_ssl-2.2.3-5.i386
            webserver is needed by (installed) webalizer-2.01_10-30.1.i386
            httpd >= 2.0.40 is needed by (installed) mod_python-3.2.8-3.1.i386
            httpd = 0:2.2.3-5 is needed by (installed) mod_ssl-2.2.3-5.i386
            httpd = 2.2.3-5 is needed by (installed) httpd-manual-2.2.3-5.i386
            httpd is needed by (installed) system-config-httpd-1.3.3-1.1.1.noarch
    How do I get around these dependencies?? is there a way to stop them so I can uninstall httpd and then restart them after it's installed???

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    Is it possible to use the distros package manager to install httpd? I assume since you are setting up a webserver it has web access right?
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    Using rpm -e http-2.2.3-5 --nodeps worked great.

    So I just reinstalled it and it works fine now. Thanks for everyones help!

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