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Bug#238123: marked as done (Apache2 installation fails on Sarge)

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From: "Dominik Sennfelder " <sennfelder@schnell-im-netz.de>
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Package: apache2-common
Version: 2.0.48-7

Installed is Sarge with apache, zope and plone

I tried to install apache2-common package.

apt-get install apache2-common
The package was retrieved, unpacked an start to install.
The information for the Security Certificate have been requestet.
After that the ssl keys have been created i endet at the bash without any
error message,
but trying to start apache 2 fails due the lack of apache2 bin in /usr/sbin/
/etc/init.d/apache2 tries to start /usr/sbin/apache2

The Package state is installed.
When i try to purge it the config files in /etc/apache 2 are not removed.

Dominik Sennfelder

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Quoting from the description of apache2-common:
 This package contains all the standard apache2 modules, including SSL
 However, it does *not* include the server itself; for this you need to
 install one of the apache2-mpm-* packages; such as worker or prefork.

Which part of this is tricky?

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