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answered What happened to su password?
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revised Ubuntu 14.04 on is not booting, bootmgr is missing, press ctrl + alt + del to restart
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answered appends n-th line from the file x at the end of the file y
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comment appends n-th line from the file x at the end of the file y
If it doesn't work, what does it do instead?
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revised appends n-th line from the file x at the end of the file y
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reviewed Approve Cant Downgrade php5.5 back to php5.3
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revised Cant Downgrade php5.5 back to php5.3
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answered Cant Downgrade php5.5 back to php5.3
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comment Clone user account but change privileges
How is your admin account different from a standard "first user" account (that has sudo rights)?
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revised Why do I still see an Apache site on Nginx?
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revised Why do I still see an Apache site on Nginx?
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answered Why do I still see an Apache site on Nginx?
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comment Why do I still see an Apache site on Nginx?
Are you sure it's actually Apache serving it and not just the default site files (in /var/www) that ships with default Apache install, now being hosted by ngninx? That's what it sounds like. If not, I'd be tracking down what's running with htop and finding out which servers are running.
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comment Why do I still see an Apache site on Nginx?
See my answer on the question I closed this against.
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comment Why do I still see an Apache site on Nginx?
For technical reasons, the apache2 package is just a metapackage that depends on other packages. You have to remove related packages too to remove the binary.
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