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Hello. I just installed Slackware 10 and i wanted to install a new apache (2.,2) but apparently there is one already installed on my pc, the default server. The problem ...
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    Slackware 10 Default Apache Server


    Hello.
    I just installed Slackware 10 and i wanted to install a new apache (2.,2) but apparently there is one already installed on my pc, the default server. The problem is i need to stop it from executing but i can;t find where the folder is located to i can shut it down. What is the default location of the Apache server on Slackware?
    Thx Alot.

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    If the program was installed from the Slackware CDs, you can remove it as follows:
    Code:
    su
    Then enter the root password, then
    Code:
    pkgtool
    Select "Remove"
    scroll down to the entry for the program you want to remove
    press space to select it for removable
    press enter to carry out the removal
    exit pkgtool and log out of root.

    HTH
    Giles
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    well i found where it was stuck into already, but you just answered my second question/

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    glad it was helpful, even if it wasn't in the way you'd expected

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