My Apache server is in a real mess
I am in need of some guidance! :)
I have Slackware 10.1 which came installed with an older version of Apache. The PHP wasn't recent enough for what I needed so I downloaded and installed the most recent version from php.net. Then, the website I had created stopped working. Oh well, I thought ... it wasn't too much work so I figured I may as well upgrade my Apache and start afresh. I removed Apache with pkgtool and downloaded and installed Apache2, and compiled and installed from source. Now, I can view my default site from http://localhost, but I can't through my router! The I tried to instal using the Apache Slackware package (downloaded from slackware.com and installed using pkgtool), which made an even bigger mess as now I have more than one /www folder and I don't know which one my Apache install is refering to!
In fact now I seem to have 3 installs of Apache on my computer:
:shock: :shock: :?
At this stage what I want to do it remove all of these and start again. How can I clean all of these off my computer - including all the Apache configuration files as well?