Hi all, One day I decided to install apache by using aptitude install apache2 Ok fine. But after installing some stuff to enable webdav I totaly screwed up apaches config. So I decided to startover. I do aptitude purge apache2 What I find out is that all files are still there. services are still running etc.. So then I do it totaly wrong i suppose. I rm -f everything in /etc/apache2 /var/log/apache2 /usr/bin/apache2 /etc/init.r2/apache2 etc/init.d/apache2 etc... great I think. Lets do aptitude install apache again. Seems to work fine but there is no /etc/apache2 anymore.. Hmmm. Looked it up and it seemed that this is created by apache-common but that one is still installed. (in fact I removed it manualy but aptitude thinks it is still installed.) Ok first remove apache again aptitude purge apache2 then common aptitude purge apache2.2-common. A lot will go wrong now. Especialy with something called apache2-mdm-itk when I do aptitude search apache I still have the folowing lines that I probably need to get removed: id apache2-mpm-itk ipA apache2.2-common I tried to aptitude purge them both but it fails. reinstall fails aptitude -f remove fails How can I fix this so I can do aptitude install apache2 again like when I had a fresh install? thanks in advance. kind regards.