I need help in removing binary package that had been installed in my linux machine. The scenario that I am having are such as like this:
I've already install latest apache that I get from its website(httpd.apache.org) through Unix binary package(tar.gz)
After successfully install program,the apache server web perfectly without any issues.
But then I having a thought,if there are another latest release version of apache in the future,then I need to make sure that i can upgrading current apache or reinstalling the new version apache.
So my question is, how do I ensure that I have remove the old apache and all its dependencies so that it will not having conflict(probably) when installing the new apache.
Right now the only thing that i can think of is to remove all the apache folder manually :
rm -rf /apache2
Hope someone can shed some light about this.Thanks.