Originally Posted by falko
Do you see error messages in the logs in /var/log/apache/?
To completely uninstall Apache, I'd run
apt-get remove apache2
and the move the configuration files under /etc/apache2 somewhere else.
apt-get install apache2
But I haven't tested this, do this at your own risk!
There are lots of errors about connection, port and I think firewall. I’m not at my machine at the moment.
If I can remove apache completely, I should be able to get back the web server.
But when I tried yesterday it kept on using existing configuration files.
How can I remove all ISPConfig configuration files & directory from my machine?
I think ISPConfig firewall might be interfering with my system.