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Re: apache startup script

You can use the extract function (dpkg -x) to get it. Get the package,
create a directory and extract it there. 

Ernest Johanson
Web Systems Administrator
Fuller Theological Seminary

On Fri, 20 Apr 2001, peanut butter wrote:

> Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2001 10:04:14 -0700
> From: peanut butter <pyeatman@cass20.ucsd.edu>
> To: Debian Users <debian-user@lists.debian.org>
> Subject: apache startup script
> Hi, I felt the need to remove the apache installation I had on one
> of my Debian boxes to reinstall it as some things weren't making
> sense or as I would expect so I decided to start from scratch (with the
> default httpd.conf, etc.).
> At some point I deleted the /etc/init.d/apache wanting to "refresh"
> this as well.  Now I can't get it back.  Upon several attempts to
> re-install "apache" and "apache-common", I get the error:
> "Setting up apache (1.3.9-13.2) ...
> update-rc.d: /etc/init.d/apache: file does not exist" 
> What, do you get one copy on your first installation and that's it
> . . . better not lose it :)
> Which package should provide this?
> Upon the first failed installation, retrying an install
> immediately again or trying a Configure doesn't solve the problem
> so it's not a package ordering problem.
> -- 
> Paul Yeatman       (858) 534-9896        pyeatman@ucsd.edu
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