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Old 14th August 2012, 21:15
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I'm about to install ispConfig on squeeze with nginx. At the step to install phpMyAdmin it says apache2 is needed for this package.

Can I delete all packages of apache2 when I installed phpMyAdmin instead of removing it from /etc/init.d/ mechanism?
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Can I delete all packages of apache2 when I installed phpMyAdmin instead of removing it from /etc/init.d/ mechanism?
No, this would remove phpmyadmin automatically. Just follow the installation tutorial, it shows you the best practice to install the ispconfig server.
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