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Pelle 5th November 2005 13:25

How to uninstall?
 
Hey,

I have tried to uninstall ispconfig with /root/ispconfig/uninstall but it gives this error:

Code:

houston2:~/ispconfig# ./uninstall
You chose to uninstall the ISPConfig system! Do you also want to uninstall the o
bjects (webs, users, databases, DNS entries etc.) created by the system? [y/n] y
Connected successfully
shell-init: could not get current directory: getcwd: cannot access parent direct
ories: No such file or directory
shell-init: could not get current directory: getcwd: cannot access parent direct
ories: No such file or directory
shell-init: could not get current directory: getcwd: cannot access parent direct
ories: No such file or directory

I can see that the data in /var/www/ still exist, so I would like to know, How do I tell what else is not restored correctly? after the uninstall... the /root/ispconfig/ directory is now deleted by the ./uninstall ...

falko 5th November 2005 15:28

You can forget about the error messages. They show up because the uninstall script deletes the directory where it's in.

Quote:

I can see that the data in /var/www/ still exist, so I would like to know, How do I tell what else is not restored correctly?
The web sites created by ISPConfig still exist? :confused:
I'd also check the Bind configuration, ftp configuration, etc.

Pelle 5th November 2005 17:32

Yes the websites ispconfig has created still exist, also its posible too login with the user and password created for the single website.

Bind, ftpd .conf looks like they have been restored correctly, but the apache didnt. But changed that manualy.


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