>>There has to be a switch for that or maybe a better way to achieve it
>>without needing to lie the whole apt database about apache real status :-?
That was my first guess, but there was nothing (i could find) in the
manpage. Besides, the whole point of a package manager is to *prevent*
you from not installing packages you should in the first place
The think is when i used checkinstall i forgot to set "Provides:
httpd". Thankfully, zabbix depends on apache or httpd.
> You might want to have a look at equivs, which basically creates
> dummy packages to fulfil dependencies.
Had some issues with the syntax at first but worked like a charm. Thanks
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