> > 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
Fuunny you said that. He said it was an apache problem. :-)

> Unix systems the Apache daemon runs as httpd and can be controlled by 
> /bin/apachectl.
> he could check if the daemon is running by issuing any of the apachectl 
> commands
> - like apachectl -k stop
Here is the result:
root@GBRTEF01LX005:/home/bzadmin/pcre#  apachectl -k stop
/usr/sbin/apachectl: 175: /usr/sbin/apachectl: /usr/sbin/apache2: not found
Action '-k stop' failed.
The Apache error log may have more information.

>> 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
I just tried that and I am on my third needed tool.  So, I think I am stopping 
idea. :-(


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