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The file httpd.conf is accidently deleted. Then tried from backup by putting the follwing commands

  1. when using # yum -y install httpd

    error: no space

  2. when using # service httpd start,

    error: unrecognized command service

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This is a case of having to deal with underlying problems first.

  • "no space" -- Disk is full (out of blocks or inodes).
  • "unrecognized command service": Has nothing to do with httpd-- can't find the command "service". This is a problem with your PATH, permissions (you need root privileges!), or something more essential is broken or missing.
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