This is probably a Ubuntu issue and not an Apache problem since Apache 
isn't getting installed.  In that case, there would be no log entries.

But:  on most Unix systems the Apache daemon runs as httpd and can be 
controlled by  <install-directory>/bin/apachectl.  he could check if the 
daemon is running by issuing any of the apachectl commands - like 
apachectl -k stop 

It could be as simple as the httpd service not being properly set up, 
although apt-get should have done that.  I don't run Ubuntu here so my 
installation is significantly different but that should be a start to 

Remember you have to be root to run any of these commands.

As a last resort, just pull the current version of Apache from the Apache 
web site and install it.  I've never had a failure doing that (except, of 
course, my typing of the make commands!)

On Wednesday 21 February 2018 20:56:36 Frank Gingras wrote:
> It's a rather terrible idea to post a link without much context.
> To make it worse, that forum post is without much substance that would
> help us fix your problem. Start with the relevant error log entries.
> On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 7:49 PM, jose cabrera <> wrote:
> > Please take a look at this url,
> > 
> >
> > uninstall
> > 
> > and please help me.  thanks.
> > 
> > josé
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> > 
> > 
> > What if eternity is real? Where will you spend it? Hmmm...
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