How to clean up apt-get
Dr. Scott S. Jones
drjones at xmission.com
Mon Sep 19 15:34:02 MDT 2005
As I started the "apt-get clean up" thread, here's what I finally did to
clean up the situation, at least regarding the errors that show up:
for those packages, libphp4.so which were missing an .info file, they
were part of apache 1.3 installation, and I simply mv'ed those to a new
file name in place. Apache still appears to load up as before, I assume
as it's running apache 2, so no loss. I guess I should just purge the
apache 1.3 from my system.
As for the libapache-mod-perl which was showing up with errors, per my
prior posts, I found about 8 files for it on my system. As I am not
currently employing perl with apache, I simply deleted those from my
system. I realize at some point down the road I may have to tangle with
these issues again.
When I bring up the default page, for my office system, it shows the
spartan test page for apache; yet, on my home system, which also has
apache installed, I get the debian-apache test page with the GNU and
penguin standing there, the silhouette picture. I'd like to be running
THAT Debian-GNU/Apache installation instead.
How do I move my office system to run that version which shows up on my
home system? Any suggestions on testing an Apache installation?
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