"apt-get remove --purge <pkg>" or "dpkg -P <pkg>" should remove all files. One a previous build I tried the --uninstall and got an error. Right now I'm trying the PPA and 17.04 and getting a KRB error.
On Thu, Apr 27, 2017 at 9:06 AM Rob Crittenden <rcrit...@redhat.com> wrote: > Martin Bašti wrote: > > > > > > On 26.04.2017 20:07, Robert L. Harris wrote: > >> So twice now I've tried installing freeipa on an Ubuntu 16.04 > >> system. Both times I've gotten an error and followed the instructions > >> to "fix it" and they didn't work so I removed files ( with purge ), > >> cleaned up everything I could find related to freeipa, sssd and kerb > >> but trying to run it again gives either a different error or the same > >> error with a different process output indicating it's not 100% clean. > >> > >> Is there a known list of paths, packages or files to make sure are > >> un-installed or wiped out to make the system 100% clean? Preferably > >> for Ubuntu. > >> > >> Robert > >> > >> > >> > > > > Hello, could you be more specific about the errors? > > I think it is a misunderstanding. Removing the packages doesn't undo the > configuration. I think he needs to reinstall the packages and run > ipa-server-install --uninstall (though the ipa-upgrade post-install > command may blow up on reinstall). > > rob >
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