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Old 28th July 2009, 13:17
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Question Completely remove ISPConfig3 from my system

How do I completely remove ISPConfig3 from my system?

I was testing ISPConfig3 initially and now I need to remove it..

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Have been googling and found Till said that run the uninstall.php script from the same folder I installed, it didn't work as I couldn't locate the folder I used to install:

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cd ispconfig3_install/install/
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bash: cd: ispconfig3_install/install/: No such file or directory
What should be done to completely remove it? Thank you.

*Have to remove it as I am currently using ISPConfig 2 in another server, this ISPConfig 3 was only meant for testing the user interface of ISPConfig 3 at that moment..may possibly install again in the near future in another server...
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What's the output of
Code:
updatedb
locate ispconfig3_install
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Code:
root@leow-desktop:/home/leow# updatedb
root@leow-desktop:/home/leow# locate ispconfig3_install
root@leow-desktop:/home/leow#
Nothing happens...?
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Then download ISPConfig 3 again, unpack it and run the uninstall script.
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Then download ISPConfig 3 again, unpack it and run the uninstall script.
It worked. Thanks.

But I also got this message after I ran the uninstall.php ..

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Please do not forget to delete the ispconfig user in the mysql.user table.
How do I do that?

Thanks, again.
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In phpMyAdmin, you can go to the "mysql" database which contains a table called "user". From that table you must delete the ispconfig user.
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In phpMyAdmin, you can go to the "mysql" database which contains a table called "user". From that table you must delete the ispconfig user.
Worked. Thanks.

But, again.. why is there a phpMyAdmin in my system which I didn't realize before? When was it installed? - I could access it using a password I used I remember when I was installing ISPConfig 3, was it the time also I installed it?

Anyway, do I need to uninstall phpMyAdmin for a "full uninstallation" of ISPConfig? I am just trying to understand phpMyAdmin's relation with ISPConfig.

Thank you, Falko.
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