I'm using Ubuntu server right now (for local development) and noticed that some Ubuntu packages like apache have their config files... um... scattered.
While official Apache docs primarily refer to httpd.conf for everything, Ubuntu's Apache packages cleverly divides this one file into ..um...>20 files.
For example, instead of adding virtual hosts in httpd.conf you are expected to create files in a subdirectory, then alias it to another directory...m'ok. I guess many people like this...but I'm..um...think this overcomplicates things. if I want my config separated - I can do it myself.
What Linux server distro in your opinion has their packages customized the least by distro creators?