rm -Rf /etc/httpd
Make 10 checks so that you don't have a space after the first /.. turst me, it won't look preety
Or just run it without f, you'll have to press ok 10 times, but it's a lot safter. So..
rm -r /etc/httpd
After try to install it again. I think from somewhere you had /etc/httpd already, and a subdirectory called logs. The install script was expecting that to be a normal file. This should fix it.