Does a specific need exist for running nginx on the ai-64, if not is it okay to disable it so apache will run?

I need to remove/disable nginx permanently because it binds with port 80 and apache needs to listen on port 80.

On the surface it seems okay to disable nginx, just want to avoid creating “self induced mystery issues”

Debian 11

Linux ******* 5.10.145-ti-arm64-r77 #1bullseye SMP Fri Dec 2 16:12:09 UTC 2022 aarch64 GNU/Linux

nginx was chosen over apache for it’s ease of ‘proxypass’ for applications.

All pre-installed applications are just a recommendation… Feel free to remove or install anything.


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