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apache2 is a "build-in" module of OS X. It's a bad idea to delete it. You may find the original configuration file in /etc/apache2/original folder. btw, apt-get is the package management of linux base on dpkg. For OS X, the package management is homebrew or MacPorts


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In this case you don't need to delete apache as you should not touch any executable under /usr/bin as Apple controls updating of this (i.e. could install it again). apt-get etc are not OS X or Unix commands but one packaging system for Linux. Any install of apache will put it in a different place to where Apple puts it. To install Apache if you want to ...


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Just removing the Server.app (3.2.2) for 10.9 Mavericks isn't enough. You also have to unload several launch daemons. By comparing all "System LaunchDaemons" in a basic Server.app install and an LDAP/VPN environment in two different VMs I assume that the following system launch daemons have to be unloaded permanently: org.openldap.slapd ...


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According to the homebrew FAQ, to uninstall homebrew you use: ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/uninstall)" If you don’t want to completely uninstall home-brew but just want to remove all packages installed by homebrew, I think this will do what you need (I’m not currently in a position to remove all of my ...


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From homebrew/FAQ.md: How do I uninstall Homebrew? To uninstall Homebrew, paste the command below in a terminal prompt. ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/uninstall)" Download the uninstall script and run ./uninstall --help to view more uninstall options. The following script also claims to ...



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