Robert L. Harris wrote:
> 
> "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.

As I said, configuration is not erased on package removal, on purpose
(in Fedora anyway, I've never examined the debian packaging).

Without exact error messages and logs it will be very difficult to
diagnose the problems you're having.

rob

> 
> On Thu, Apr 27, 2017 at 9:06 AM Rob Crittenden <rcrit...@redhat.com
> <mailto: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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