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SSH Tectia

Removing from Linux

To remove SSH Tectia Client from a Linux environment, follow the instructions below::

  1. Remove the installation by issuing the following command with root privileges:

    # rpm -e ssh-tectia-client-<ver>
    

    In the command, <ver> is the package version of SSH Tectia Client to be removed (for example, 5.2.0.150).

    (SSH Tectia Client with EFT Expansion Pack) If you had installed the ft-only package, use the following command instead:

    # rpm -e ssh-tectia-client-ft-only-<ver>
    
  2. (SSH Tectia Client with EFT Expansion Pack) If you had the FTP-SFTP conversion installed, remove it by giving the following command:

    # rpm -e ssh-tectia-ftp-conversion-<ver>
    
  3. (SSH Tectia Client with EFT Expansion Pack) If you had the file transfer SDK installed, remove it by giving the following command:

    # rpm -e ssh-tectia-sdk-<ver>
    
  4. If you want to remove also the components that are common with SSH Tectia Server, give the following command:

    # rpm -e ssh-tectia-common-<ver>
    
[Note]Note

The uninstallation procedure removes only the files that were created when installing the software. Any configuration files have to be removed manually.


 

 
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