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I am going to be running an Ubuntu server and I want to remove any of the versions of Apache, MYSQL, and PHP. How can I do that? Chris Palmer...
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    Remove Apache, MYSQL, and PHP


    I am going to be running an Ubuntu server and I want to remove any of the versions of Apache, MYSQL, and PHP. How can I do that?

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    Fire up the Synaptic package manager, search for each of those programs, and de-select them. Oh, and then apply the changes.
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    Synaptic

    Hey,

    I'm using the server edition of Ubuntu. I don't how you would fire up Synaptic from the terminal.


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    something like aptitude GUI may be better (ncurses) and then remove the packages from there.
    Or you can always use raw apt-get
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